Travel Blogs from Posadas
... In the silence, we could walk around and simply take in the grandeur of what once was.
In the evening, I followed my lonely planet guide to a small Lomito Arabe fast food joint close to my hostel. After finishing my snack I explained to the dueño (owner) that his humble joint was recommended in the most popular tourist guide in the UK and US. He was overwhlemed and invited me in to his office to find out more information and take photos of the evidence. ...
... into the hostel and made my way to the falls by bus! straight to devils throat and then did the upper trail. I actually had enough time to do the lower trail on the Saturday as well - which meant that I didn't have to pay entrance fees to come back again on the Sunday. The falls themselves are absolutely amazing and definitely ...
... to eating Rob's Froot Loops as we waited for somebody to turn
up. Eventually, 60 diabetes inducing minutes later, the two owners of
the hostel turned up to let us in. In line with the level of tourism
we'd already witnessed in Paraguay, we had booked into the only hostel
in town where we were the only people staying and were the second guests
they'd ever had (to be fair they'd only been open a week). Sensing an
opportunity to explore ...
... the plane but nothing happens. Finally we just walk inside, show credentials and get a taxi to town. The driver takes us on a tour of the water front explaining the relationship between Posadas and Paraguay across the river.
We walk around the town center, near our hotel and have a quiet evening in anticipation of the challenges in front ...
... plant supplies 80% of the 20% of Paraguay and Brazil. Both countries divide electricity production equally. The dam is an impressive 220 meters in hight and is 8 km long, incredible!
From Ciudad del Este was just a stone's throw away from the world's largest natural waterfalls - Iguazu Falls, which is shared by Brazil and Argentina. From Paraguay we had to cross the border several times before we could see Iguazu Falls from both sides. Story continues in next ...
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