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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... cooler but only found lots of kids and their cigarette smoking parents. We lasted for a while but the struggling air con in our room seemed a better bet so went back in.
Friday 30th - Multi stuff-ups today. It started with our alarm going off an hour early, at 5am instead of 6am - my fault. Argentina is an hour behind Brazil and I'd changed my watch while the mobile devices changed themselves but I forgot to change the time on our clock. Our tour of the Argentine side of ...
... The boat ride was really good fun, we rode the rapids and went into two of the falls and everyone got wet. It didn't matter where you were sitting. The water was so cold and so powerful, it took my breathe away. Once off the boat, there was was a little more walking to do and one final waterfall to visit before we got back on the bus and crossed the border into Brazil for the final time. Again, we didn't have to go through the passport ...
... cream... Hanging around the ice cream stall, no doubt just waiting for someone to drop theirs so he could have it for his dinner! These coatis just don't realise how traumatising it is for us humans when this actually happens... It really is heartbreaking.
Sufficiently blown away by the falls, we headed back on the local bus to the town where we were ready to load up on some meat... BRING US THE MEAT. Let's just say the meat was ...
... morning and he will take us to the falls for a discount price of 35 reals....Bonus!
We check in some of us drop our bags, some of us change....Then we head off for a free trip into Paraguay for some shopping. Enter Paraguay (no passport stamp :( ) and look through the shops, pretty undramatic! Have something to eat and wait for the return journey.
... marry a beautiful woman named Naipí, who fled with her mortal lover Tarobá in a canoe. In a rage, the deity sliced the river, creating the waterfalls and condemning the lovers to an eternal fall.
We decided to get crazy and take a motorized (two 50 HP motors) rubber raft ride up the river and under the falls. This required a hike through the thickest of jungles. After a short hike, disappointed that ...