Pousada Villa del Rey
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the speed boat. Our taxi awaits and it helpfully drops me off beside my hostel.
Later that evening the girls and I go to this crazy good kebab restaurant in town where we share stories of our past and hopes for the future. It's a very enjoyable evening and the perfect ending to a wonderful few days in paradise.
The next day we're up early to catch the cheap ferry (4.80 pesos) to Angra dos Reid, before catching the long bus journey to Iguazzu Falls.
... I can't take any pictures as my camera (mine not Cath's good one) is missing, never to be seen again. So no photos of the Amazon. Back to the falls. There are over 270+ falls in this area all in this national park. The camera can't capture this spectacle, and they tell us that the Argentinian side has a better view. The next day we head to Argentina, and somehow our guide gets us through immigration without any hassles. Into the falls and they are ...
... literally hanging on with one arm to the boat and one on her go pro. Despite the seriousness of the event it was also ridiculously funny. Rach then tried again but fell off the boat... again. #dayumguuurl Then Ash and I just go pro-ed ourselves jumping off. We swam to the sure and had some fun on the beach and viewing the fish swimming near the shoreline that were attracted to our feet. When our time was nearly up we swam back to the boat and I took it in turns ...
... We were doing some 4 way passing when the ringleader Fabian put Aimz in the middle and an unlit cigarette in her mouth and another in her ear for us to hit out. It was a shame I was on the wrong side to try and hit them as it would have been a nice chance to 'accidentally' hit aimz. Es Broma! The danger element was then stepped up when the one guy pulled out 3 very homemade looking juggling knives and repeated the trick. I had a twinge of ...
... Beach Hostel. Greeted by the Argentinian born Gus, helpful informative who adopted a real laid-back, chillled-out type of vibe. With little change in the till on our arrival he gave us discount beers instead, 12p a can, cheers Gus! We didn't get to know the area surrounding Paraty too well as the rain continued to fall and I became overly familiar with our en-suite toilet, again. Now we all know what kind of hostel David took a dislike to, but this ...