Hotel Panorama & Acquamania Resort
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We kicked off he day with a challenge seems a credit card has been cloned and 50 minutes later whilst we've stopped the bills racking up were a card down. top tip make sure take more than one credit card and also you have access to your on line app so you can check spending and nip credit card fraud quickly. Great day otherwise had a short trip to Paraguay for s small electronics ...
... which I secretly think Neill wanted us to do) and after a few pre drinks off we went to the next hostel which is where we could have an unlimited amount of beer or Caprihinas before heading to Argentina. Unlimited alcohol? That's every northerners magic words. And my god I made the most of it. I wish that I could describe my night after this point but after the first two Caipis, the night is a blur until we crossed the border around 3 hours later. From what ...
... We are met at the airport by a taxi driver sent from our AIRBNB lodgings. We'll stay for three nights here.
Foz do Iguaçu is not a very interesting town, it being quite new, even newer than Miami. It was founded in 1914, doesn’t seem to have a centre and is very difficult to photograph. It has loads of high rise apartment buildings scattered higgledy pigledy all over. Nevertheless our accommodation is more than excellent. Our host Silvia Maria welcomes us and ...
... to the falls.
On the brazillian side, you can only view the falls, Argentina has the paths that go along side them and they offer boat trips and other activities. That'll be fun. But for now we're going to cross into Paraguay and spend a couple of week touring the small and undiscovered country, before we then return to the falls, this time on the Argentinian side.
... And as with many things, that paper may take weeks, and it was a surprise to find out that we should have had that paper all along. No one ever mentioned it before. But, we now understand the statement from that policeman that pulled us over a few weeks ago. Yeah, the same one we drove away from before he returned with the ticket... He wanted that same paper that we did not have, the one giving us permission to ...