Sol Cataratas Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to the foot of a waterfall it's hard to believe you'll get that wet, a bit of spray maybe. But no, the driver takes the boat right into the falls so no matter what you're wearing, you get completely drenched and end up soaked right through. Fortunately, the sun appeared from behind the clouds so we dried out pretty quickly.
I'll let you look over the photos now, but just before that, I have one ...
... finally cocaina! A quick progression in the sales market.
Once we were back in Brazil we ate at the cheapest kilo restaurant (a Brazilian eating out experience, where you buffet but pay for the weight of the food on your plate). Then we caught a bus to Argentina in order to catch a 16 hour night bus to Uruguay. The bus was relatively comfortably and we got on board having been told ...
... do on our own, we managed to get a bus back which didn't bother to stop at the Brazilian stop point to get our passports stamped. Which meant we were in limbo. We had been stamped out of Argentina and had not entered anywhere... Apparently this happens a lot with the bus drivers not stopping on the Brazil side as it's not enforced. I guess they think of it as a delay to their route. For us not to have the passport stamped, it would mean a fine and lots if questions when we go ...
So after the mamouthly unconfortable journey it only took me 26 hours, 3 buses and one police search to get back to Salta. All for the love of rugby! When I finally got my ticket Friday night I was pretty damn happy. Now just to make a sign to get me on telly.......would would be the best? "Will you marry me" usually works. Not on my behalf......for me for a friend. Ian and Sam will love it! I was the only England supporter in my stand, and my cheers ...
... of such contrasts! After checking into our very nice hostel in Foz Do Iguacu, now in Brazil, we went looking for an ATM before heading to the Brazilian side of the falls. In short, Brazilian ATMs are a pain in the neck. After trying 3 different ones, all which apparently "accepted visa" I was still denied access. Thankfully, Yasmine had a travel credit card, and we finally managed to find an ATM that it worked with. Talking to other travellers, they also said ...