Recanto Cataratas Thermas Resort & Convention
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We flew from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Airport on the Argentinian side of these impressive falls which span the border with Brazil. The schedule was to view the Falls from Argentina, then cross the border to Brazil, stay overnight then view the falls again from Brazil the following morning. To view the falls from the top "The Devil's Throat", you have …
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 …
... Day 13 - We had an early start and an easy check in at the airport. We headed to the runway ahead of our scheduled departure time, but unfortunately we were in for some delays. Plane computer said no, so after an hour in our seats we were asked to change to a new plane - a first for both of us! As we buckled up in our new/same seats, Chris realised that it is impossible to escape work as he stared at the PwC sponsored headrest in front of us both.
... walked out of a shower fully clothed. The upper circuit walked us over the top of these mighty falls taking in vistas of the indescribably beautiful river valley. However, the true star of the show is the Garganta del Diablo, or Devil's Throat. This is a collection of enormous falls in a horseshoe shape that almost closes in on itself, causing sporadic giant plumes of vapour soaring hundreds of feet above them. A seperate walkway led to them, crossing the river at ...
... up to my knees even though I walked out far. Not the most enjoyable cool off and then I thought the water was a bit smelly so I went back to the hostel and bought myself snacks for the long bus trip. I had to them walk to the local bus terminal to take a bus to the main terminal. Well, this was a low point in my trip. It was the heat of the day, the heat being 37*, I had my huge bag on my back my other rucksack on my front and my food bag in my hand. It was a good 20 minute walk ...