Pietro Angelo Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I've managed to crack my go pro case (how?!) sad times. Laura buys Jo a sentimental of love, no wait just shagging, and we all bowl onto the bus and head for the hotel. In the view that I haven't slept in a while I take the single room which is unfortunately like cell block h, and nearly as cold as the salt flats. On the plus I have two singles and a double for myself and each of my colossal bags. I attempt to dry the poncho (still the one supplied by legend ...
... and then went under other waterfall and got drenched but hilarious! Then went back under same on then back round towards devils throat and went under another waterfall twice there. Came off soaked to the bone but so glad I did it. Then rushed back to find green trail to go back to exit. Bumped into Kelly again. Walked back along green trail and saw a monkey then right near exit saw a toucan - so cool! Got bus at around 4.35. Got back to hostel and ...
... which was a good thing, and it felt cooler in the forest. The trail was well maintained but there were plenty of hungry mossies and other insects so we wore bug repellant. We finally saw a flock of birds after what seemed like hours of searching and it was a great mixed flock. Then we walked further into the park and had a cold drink and sandwich at Subway who have at least two new restaurants in the park. Eating the sandwich outside was ...
... bathers we went on a jungle ride to the river, boarded a jet boat and headed back to the falls to go underneath. Everyone was soaked and the water was quite cold but what a great experience. It certainly cooled us all off and even the climb back up many steps to the top of the river bank did not diminish the adventure.
After returning to the hotel which is the only one in the national park, Owen headed off to take ...
... the Brazilian side of the Iguaz˙ National Park can only be purchased with Brazilian Rais. We moved with them some money so that we could pay the park entrance on the Brazilian side of the Iguazu waterfalls the next day.
Early in the morning we drove the next day by bus towards the Brazilian side of the Iguaz˙ National Park. On the border of penitents gathered up our passports and let them stamped at customs of Argentina and Brazil. Arriving at the ticket booth ...