San Juan Eco Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... visa so that we could visit the Brazilian side. It was magnificent! Once we paid our admittance to the falls, USD $44 for 2 people, we got on a double decker bus and were taken to the bus stop closest to the falls. This was about a 15 minute ride. We were sitting on top and since it was open air it was a lovely, cool ride. We did not hike on any of the optional trails. We only had to to walk around 1 klm along a walkway before reaching ...
... length of my leg in the river :O We spent a good few hours wondering around a shop with huge quantities of precious stone sculptures, jewellery and all imaginable things that can be made out of precious stones. Apparently Brazil has a lot of mines in the central and southern regions which is why they are so plentiful (and compared to the UK very cheap!). All in all, it was an adventurous few days! :) Love from Lene ...
... br> Feeling relaxed and like the bus journey was a distant memory we got active in the afternoon with a walk to a river at the far end of the ranch, expecting something small we actually found we were swimming on one of the tributaries separating Uruguay and Argentina.
Here we cooled down in the waters and also tried our hand at a bit of piranha fishing, yes piranha fishing. Apparently these were not the type that can strip a limb bare in a few seconds which was lucky ...
... so many loitering around the stop, we were wondering if everyone might make it on the bus. Fortunately we did and it didn't take long before everyone was seated and we were on our way. It was a short bus ride from the terminal to the Parque, only about 30 minutes even with the stops at the larger hotels on the way.
We were one of the first off the bus and went straight to the booth to pay our entry, there was no queuing like yesterday in Brazil. Unlike ...
... the roof top and the bathroom is nice enough to have a long shower. Also surprisingly the room does not have the typical South American shower head, which I have to take a photo and show you guys at some point, because it is something. It usually has electrical cables sticking out. But staying in a hotel like hostel also has some negative point, mainly that people don't tend to mingle much and there are other people except for travellers in the hostel.