Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention Center
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... even though we couldn’t understand a word, it was hilarious!
The next day we went to the Brazilian side of the falls and walked along the walkway all the way out to Devil’s Throat and once again got soaking wet. On our walk along the trail we saw a Tucan in a tree, we stopped for a few photos when a baby Tucan popped it’s head out of a hole in the tree! It was all we could dream about! Then a second adult Tucan flew over and sat in the tree, ...
Good Morning, got up at 5:30AM. Has no towel for a shower. Knocked at the owner's door. She said go back to sleep. I do not wanted go back. I'm great right now. She got a little eyes rolling up. What do I wanted? I need a shower towel? Gave it to me then went in. It was not really warm or bit chill. Cold ...
... round. We lucked out; it was only in the high 80's today.
For travelers coming to Iguazu:
1. Early arrival is best -- easier to maneuver and there are fewer people in your photos.
2. Bring clothes that wick. Nothing is going to dry overnight, so you will have to pack wet clothes if you are departing the next day. Lots of folks wore their swimsuits and cover ups for the afternoon adventure.
3. Tauck ...
... up living in this small town in the middle of no where.. The owner of this place was a cool dude, originally from the uk. Had abit of a heart to heart with me and mike, explaining how his hostel was in fact meant to be closed since December due to building constraints or something ( the police hounded him because he didn't speak portugues and was foreign). But in order to feed his family he has to stay open so we were pretty much staying in an illegal ...
Today we went South towards Itaim Bibi, also known as the more wealthier region of the city and to ibirapuera park. Here we spent most of the day! The park was brilliant. A real escape from the usual city life. We hit the park from the north and we found ourselves heading towards acres of trees and pathways. We hit the ...