Recanto Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... friendly and spoke great English, so she helped prepare me for what I had to do to get to the bus station.
Our bus stopped off at a building where everyone got off to go through Argentinian customs, then got right back on. Then it made a second stop where only those of us not from Latin America got off to go through Brazilian customs. I had to wait for a new bus to come my way to drive me into the city. I hopped onto the first bus and let ...
... The Devils Throat was really awesome. You could barely see the river below as there was so much water jetting back up and you were right on the edge. It was crazy! Annoyingly we missed the last boat trip to go into the falls by a minute which was very frustrating as it wasn't entirely our fault. So we headed back over to Brazil having got the Argentina stamp in the passport! After a dinner and a movie in the hostel we went to catch up on some ...
... and distant acquaintances were there! Two hours queuing is a little dull, at least I had company, but Las Cataratas became even more spectacular with the sunlight - we even got bloody Rainbows!! The water muddy reddish/brown, the jungle a verdant green and the sky bright blue, truly a natural phenomenon worthy of a visit. That day, with the water levels still rising some of the walkways were shut and the boats trips that go to the base of the falls weren't running ...
... is still under construction due to the hammering noises and the gents pouring concrete outside our window. To save the situation slightly we discover the hotel surprising has a room top pool, so we all chill for the rest of the afternoon. Mum makes herself at home and the team orders a local drink - caipirinha. Basically a local white rum, served with lime and a miscellaneous mixer. Thus begins a love affair for the ages between Will and this drink. More to follow on that ...
... asked a girl to take a photo of Fi and I and the London eye, She missed the majority of the London Eye, us and got a great photo of the the litter and the curb!!) Anyway he was good!
We really enjoyed this side even though it was a lot shorter than the Argentinian side. You got a real close up view of the devil's throat which was even more amazing with ...
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