Salvatti Iguassu Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had our first sighting of the falls from the plane window... wow. This whetted our appetite to visit them, meaning we ended up with a grand total of 6 passport stamps each by the end of the day. Out of Brazil and into Argentina (2) we dropped our bags at the hostel. Deciding to visit the Brazilian side we got the bus back out of Argentina and into Brazil (4) to head to the cataratas. We were blown away by the scale and power of the falls. The Brazilian ...
... part for almost 1km, until finally the sight of people massed around the a mirador with clouds of water vapour dousing them from above came into view. The viewpoint impressively extends out from the falls, causing anyone on it to get soaked to the bone within a matter of seconds. However, it is well worth it as the power and majesty of the falls are both breathtaking and captivating. With millions of gallons a seconds gushing all around you to an imperceptible ...
... was soooooooo hot. I felt like a donkey crossing some Dusty desert. It was horrible. I got to the main bus terminal and I was sooo sweaty it was horrid. I had to pay to put my backpack away so I could go and change my clothes and wash my face etc. The bus was a bit delayed to come and get us but it finally arrived about half an hour late. It wasn't the best bus, a bit old and tatty and I was sitting next to a smelly old man. I moved seats for a bit to get more space. I couldn't ...
... a wild toucan in the canopy. We managed to get a decent (albeit very sweaty) photograph of us for our Christmas postcard before tiredness set in and we returned to Puerto Iguazu via a Mexican restaurant with complimentary tequila. We spent that night in the town before continuing the next day onward to Paraguay, but we had seen what we had travelled a long distance to visit and it had completely blown us ...
... a lot , i.e. you don’t see tourists with their SLRs out except for tourist attractions I would say. On our first day in Rio we saw blood on the street and also some other people from our hostel got mugged. To be fair they were very drunk and walked through a dodgy area very late at night, you could say they should have been smarter and take a taxi.