Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention Center
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... the lake and the perfect place to visit Isla del Sol, the Incan Island of the sun. We spent two days hiking round the island, saw some beautiful scenery, an amazing sunset and one of the biggest thunderstorms I have ever experienced. Our tactic of drinking wine (boxed wine, obviously) for long bus trips was working well so we decided to adopt it for less long trips too. Safe to say My memory of arriving in La Paz is sketchy but we ...
... and with all the Christmas decorations everywhere it was worth a wonder around. After we were finished there we had to wait for another bus for close to an hour in the heat but we had our snacks so we were kept happy enough! We had some crackers and tomato with salt while we sat on our bags in the shade behind the bus stand. When we got on the bus we forgot that ...
... We'd also opted to take the short boat ride up the river into the falls, which although expensive, was again completely worth it. The helmsman controlled the boat with such precision, holding us under the roaring flow, despite the obvious turbulence, on many occasions. We were drenched. Absolutely soaking. But it was loads of fun. Back to town and a quick snack before our overnighter returning to ...
... course. Nome’s nudged me and winked, “What do you reckon, Dad?” Zeek made enquiries on our behalf and advised that if we wanted to join in a tour in the morning before we flew out, he would need to see the colour of our money and we would have to be ready at 7:30am to join in the adventure. I am not sure I could have gotten Nomes to commit to that early a start without this sort of thrill – but we were in, so tomorrow it is off for an adventure of another ...
... for us however, huge floods a few months ago destroyed the ramps and consequently there is now no access to that part of the waterfalls. Parts of the old ramps are still visible, sticking up here and there from the water and lying stretched across the hillsides. It is possible to get to near the bottom of the Devil's throat from the Brazilian side, where spray from the water can reach 150m!
We arrived into Foz do Iguacu, the city on the ...