San Juan Eco Hotel
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... We made the call to the youngsters. There was a quiver of fear in their voices, but I think Scott's enthusiasm overrode, or overwhelmed their worry. They were game. We found out later that Josh suffers anxiety. He may have picked the wrong travel partners.
Now remember, Scott first saw Iguazu Falls on his mission, some 44 years ago. We both came here 17 years ago and had the amazing good fortune to ...
... were stood at the top of the lower set of waterfalls and were able to look directly down upon them. At their base, the waterfalls would create clouds of mist billowing out in all directions, frantically fleeing the high pressure zone at the foot of the falls. A few of hundred metres upstream was the Devil's Throat itself. Our view from below helped us to realise just how high they are: much higher than we had anticipated. The image was clearer but the last ...
... video clips below to get an idea of the power.
At around 6pm, we returned to the park entrance and caught the bus for the half-hour ride back to Puerto Iguazu. We walked around the tourist town and had a nice dinner of - as usual - overcooked grilled beef before returning to our hotel room for the evening. In the morning after breakfast, we returned by Remis to the small airport for our final domestic flight back to Buenos Aires.
... were shouting 'you have beautiful eyes' 'can I talk to you' to each and every woman passing by. Laughing it off seemed to be the only way to cope. One bloco was said to have over 100,000 people following it. Mental! That night we went to the long anticipated sambadrone. Each samba school performs along the strip for an hour and each section shows a bizarre array of outfits from barely there bikinis with bums shaking with their frenzied footwork to the most ...
... it to be this good. The experience I had on the other side of the falls really made me lower my expectations, but it all worked out for the best because the falls today totally blew me away. I’m now happy to cross Iguazu Falls off my list of 100 things to see before I die, and that makes it 64 down, 36 to go!
I got back into town and went to the mall nearby my hostel to get something to eat. There is ...