Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... had our guard up after days on tranquil coastlines. An easy taxi from the bus station took us to our airport hotel, and with tummies growling, we headed out for a feed. Our initial impression of the Gualrahos area was that we were staying in the Croydon of São Paulo! However, it was very convenient and feeling full we returned to the hotel for an evening gym workout with a view of the city. An alternative, but probably quite common, São Paulo ...
... and taking in the views of these collosal falls. A lower and upper circuit took us around hundreds of falls of different sizes, cascading from a stepped cliff, though forests filled with mischievous coatis (best described as jungle racoons with sharp claws and long agile noses), beautiful birds and giant lizards. On the lower circuit the trail guts out until you are almost standing directly underneath a set of giant falls, the vapour soaking you until it's like you ...
... stuffy weather makes me get a headache. That afternoon I think I just didn't do too much. I can't quite remember now. I had booked a bus to leave the next day at 3.00. That night I just chilled in the hostel. The next day was a beautiful day but I didn't have time to go to the beach as you have to get a bus and I didn't know if I would make it back in time. So I went to sit by the lake and I read my book, I tried to go for a swim but the lake floor was a bit yucky and the water ...
... on the same day, thus giving us an extra day in Paraguay. As we walked through the Parque Nacional Iguazu we were suddenly met by a jaw dropping panoramic; a series of 275 waterfalls crashing 80m into the Rio Iguaçu whose power and noise have to be experienced to be believed. Created in Southern Brazil when the Rio Iguazu passes over a basalt plateau and in the process dividing into many channels, ...
... font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Many Brazilians are very fond of their appearance and seem to be obsessed by fitness. We saw more of this in Rio to be fair than anywhere else in Brazil. We have probably never seen more tattoos in our life, most people wear them and lot people including women have multiple. They also wear tooth braces like necklaces. We are told that they are mainly worn by the working classes to show that they can afford it, as ...