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... this to be true. I saw some more racoons (there were plenty on the Argentinian side too), mainly where there was food to be found, and they were incredibly tame. It was probably easier to take photos from this side, as there wasn´t as much spray, dousing your camera! The panoramics were amazing, and allowed you to really comprehend the scale of these falls.
I had had a fantastic couple of days at the Iguazu Falls, but it was time to dry off and head to Florianopolis.
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... Iguacu waterfalls.
This is our last stop in Argentina.
- Today we have visited the Iguacu waterfalls from the Argentinian side. This is something amazing.
We have never seen such impressive waterfalls before.
Tomorrow we are moving to Brasil, and will be able to see the waterfalls from the Brasilian side.
Today we farewelled Argentina. A land which is so varied offering high class cities, gauchos, mountains, snow, wildlife, steaks and wine. However, welcome to Brazil! The land of dense jungle, caipirinhas and stunning coastline. A short drive from Puerto Iguazu we visited the three country viewpoint from which we could see Brazil and Paraguay over the river whilst standing in Argentina.
Continuing onto the border we spent some time in the very large duty ...
... arrive at the National Park......at 9.30.... Hang about.....take a walk through supposedly spectacular rainforest where we might see anything from pumas to ferocious little critters with long tails that can rip great bights in your flesh in search of food.....to toucans, monkeys....etc etc....as usual we see nothing....including any waterfalls......then we all queue up for half an hour to catch a train....that takes through more jungle, this time beside a brown river.....WHERE ...