San Juan Eco Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on to a Brazilian perspective of the natural wonder. As soon as we entered Brazil it became apparent that there were obvious differences between it and its neighbour. For a start, the people speak indecipherable Portuguese, which sounds very much like a Russian speaking Spanish. Secondly the people seem to come in every shape, size and colour. Unlike the thin, white and conservative Argentines the Brazilian's African, Latino and ...
Taking a taxi to the Paraguayan side of the Friendship Bridge in Ciudad del Este we were surprised to see that the traffic waiting to cross the border into Brazil was at a standstill. Unperturbed, we went to the immigration office and got our exit stamps before attempting to cross. The official reassured us that we could get on a bus from outside the building and we sat bewildered as traffic sped across the bridge from Brazil, but was stationary in the other ...
... were hysterically laughing and had such a great time! This whole time we've been trying not to get water in our mouths and there was water everywhere! It sort of of felt like I was drowning, but it was still fun. Clearly we couldn't take our cameras on the boat so we were forced to buy the ****** pictures that the guides took. It is still a good memory even if we hate the pictures. After that, Silvano said that he could take us on a helicopter tour. ...
(Sorry, again there are no photos, still an issue with our memory card!)
Our bus journey and border crossing into Brasil was accompanied by torrential rain, it certainly knows how to rain here! We had to get off the bus to get our exit stamps from Argentina and then get back on the bus to take us to the Brasilian side to get our entry visa, which took a bit longer and meant we had to catch a later bus. We thought this might mean a long wait but we were soon ...
... Rosie had to tell). The views were breathtaking but the feel of being so close to such a large waterfall was indescribable.
On the Friday, we set off bright and early for a full day at the Argentinian side of the falls. However, the border crossing involved more passport stamping and waiting around than anticipated. Therefore, we didnīt end up arriving at the Parque Nacional Iguazu until lunchtime. This side was a maze of trails ...