Pietro Angelo Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... it was engulfed in the spray.
The path cut back towards the main falls giving us spectacular panoramic views. The end of the path took us to a balcony at the base of the Salto Bossetti waterfall. It was pretty wet with the spray and we took turns to take a photo of each other from a distance to keep the camera dry.
We made our way down to the jetty for our boat trip. We had been warned that we would get wet and were given a dry bag for our stuff. It ...
... sticker, a red macaw key ring and a postcard with a picture of a jaguar on it. It was really light and cost $R4.50 to send so not too bad!! After this we headed back to the guesthouse and packed up our bags and checked out. We spent the next 2 hours there using the internet and booked flights from Napier to Wellington to meet Sophie on the 22nd of December. They cost us $186 NZD for ...
... relief when I had reliable ground underneath my feet and actually a little bit proud that I made it to the edge without help.
After the wonder I've been seeing the last 3 hours I had late lunch and then some ice cream (it was so hot and I thought I deserve it after this scary adventure).
After getting the right bus back to town and by chance getting out at the right bus stop I went grocery shopping and then just relaxed at the pool.
... is very close to the centre of town and very pleasant. The only trouble is that our room is up a flight of stairs and of course there is no porter so Derek has to carry both bags up the stairs. It is quite extraordinary that at the two hotels where there have been stairs there has been no porter and at all the other hotels with lifts and easy access, we have to pay a porter to wheel our bags to our room!
We decide to go walking straight away to try ...
... mark it off our list. A tour to the Itaipu damn was $220R so we skipped that. The only advantage being that we would have an official stamp in our passports. Instead we took a regular bus across the border to Ciudad del Este. Except that I can say I was on Paraguayan land, it was not worth it. It was like the worst market/haggling/harassing bazaar you can ever imagine. People and stalls and shouting everywhere. Even in a top class designer store we had 7 attendants swoop down on us at ...