Recanto Cataratas Thermas Resort & Convention
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I am now at Foz de Iguazu, located at the south west of Brazil, a small border city. It shares the border with Argentina and Paraguay and has the Worlds biggest hydro-electric dam (Itaipu Dam) and the 2nd biggest waterfall next to the Victoria Falls in Africa. The iguazu waterfall is so big that lots of people feel sorry for Niagara after visiting …
... the falls which allowed you to appreciate just how vast it is.
The next day I headed over to the Argentine side of the border and with the oppressive heat waited until near sunset to go and check out the 3 Hitos or 3 Fronteras. A point where Rio Parana and Rio Iguazu meet and separate Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. It is quite strange standing in one country and looking at two others. Earlier in the day I had bumped into a guy I met in Paraty and ...
... just traveled!) It took over 25 minutes in sweltering morning heat, carrying all my worldly possessions (about 22kg!!!!) but I finally got there. I think Juliana, behind the desk at the hostel thought I might collapse at any minute.
The place, Bambu Hostel, was great though (for the time being). I had a 10 dorm room to myself the first night which was great as I needed the sleep. There was also a pool and lots of common areas as well as good cooking facilities. It's funny ...
... gates to the national park there is a tropical bird park which was well worth a visit. It was about R40 each. There were hundreds of different species of birds, all of which had been rescued from illegal owners and bought here. Most were in huge avaries which you could actually go and walk around in. I managed to get a selfie with a toucan which was pretty cool!After that, we went back to the hostel where we met Clem and Ibs from London and Foja from California. ...
... a **** who was stuck behind them [they need to add passing bays]. The struggle was worth it. The falls were one of the most amazing things I've ever seen. Unfortunately the best track [to the devils throat] was closed as recent flooding had wiped out the bridge. The park is also full of coatis, little raccoon looking things that steal everyone's food. I also did a side track [Sendero Zacaratia] that was recommended by the lady at the ...