Turrance Green Hotel
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... is the view of the 'Devils Throat' from next to the drop. As the majority of the falls are on the Argentinian side, it allows you to get a more varied and close view of the numerous waterfalls.
Aside from the falls, the other stars of the show are the butterflies - millions of them! They are everywhere, in all different colours and sizes and happily land on you and let you pick them up. Kate made friends with one and it stayed on her hand for ...
... which is much more rustic than advertised. Our room is big, more like an apartment, and we do have the jungle right up to our windows and we also have an entire kitchen which is empty except for a kettle .... no mugs, no coffee, no tea.... really????
Dined at the restaurant which had more than one or two romantic couples ...
... on the Argentinian side so I went to bed not too late. I think I watched something on my iPad. The next morning I was up and out at 7.15. Annoyingly the bus took forever to come. I was waiting for an hour. The lady had not told me exactly the correct bus so I had let one go past. But once a nice lady at the bus stop told me the correct bus it eventually came and I jumped on. We went across the boarder and had to get off the bus to be stamped into Argentina. We then got to the ...
In the afternoon we decided to go see Itaipu one of the worlds biggest hydroelectric dams in the world situated between Brezil and Paraguay providing almost 100% of Paraguay's and 15% of Brezil's energy. Since we are good tourists we did the whole tour inside out and saw the very heart of the dam which was actually really interesting. Whyever, it was ...
We started on a high (quite literally) at Lake Titicaca, the largest 'at altitude' lake in the world. A trip to the floating islands, Islas de los Uros, was fascinating. The locals make floating blocks from then reed beds, stake them and tie them together and cover them in reeds to make their own little floating islands. It's a bit strange to feel them moving under your feet. It was then on to Copacabana (not that one), a town on the ...