San Juan Tour
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Foz do iguassu is an interesting place it's stuck between three countries Brazil Argentina and Paraguay with two bridges and it has a real Mexican border feel about we wondered down to a gaucho bar and which cost us 10 quid for as much stake as you could eat and a beer or two, I think we had 14 servings of meet, no green stuff and no bred or potatoes. we then wondered to down town foz which is just ...
... t so again we simply assumed he'd headed home separately. We found Paul at a burger bar and me and H both had one of Brazil's delicacies, a hot dog. Whether it was because I was still tipsy so anything tasted good or not, it was amazing! It wasn't until we were almost back at the hostel when stu got in contact with the lads saying he was still in Argentina! I have no idea what he has been up to during that time and he definitely wa not happy about having ...
... found a pretty sad-looking tourist information desk inside the bus terminal where I managed to get a free map and directions to our B&B... Time to take another bus! Or walk one hour...with our big rucksacks... BUS PLEASE! So we waited a little while for one of the local buses to come along to take us to the central local bus station downtown, luckily only a five-minute walk from our B&B, where we were warmly greeted by the owner, Nilton, who ...
... to call it a night !!
The next day, we had signed up to go on the hostel tour to Puerto Iguazu (Iguazu Falls from the Argentina side). The tour left at 9.30am and Killian was less than impressed having to get up and rush !!
We had to go through two boarders to get there and the convenience of doing it through a tour was great, we just had to hand over our passports to the driver and he went in and got them all stamped, we didn't even have to get out of ...
... town. We girded up our loins, which means we tightened our butt cheeks and headed towards the immigration and border patrol station. What's the worst that could happen? We were hoping it would just be to turn us around, but you never know.
What? No police, no patrol. There were 4 crazy people cheering in our truck. Then we drove across the huge bridge, still cheering only to see the Brazilian ...