Turrance Green Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... was soooooooo hot. I felt like a donkey crossing some Dusty desert. It was horrible. I got to the main bus terminal and I was sooo sweaty it was horrid. I had to pay to put my backpack away so I could go and change my clothes and wash my face etc. The bus was a bit delayed to come and get us but it finally arrived about half an hour late. It wasn't the best bus, a bit old and tatty and I was sitting next to a smelly old man. I moved seats for a bit to get more space. I couldn't ...
... a lot , i.e. you don’t see tourists with their SLRs out except for tourist attractions I would say. On our first day in Rio we saw blood on the street and also some other people from our hostel got mugged. To be fair they were very drunk and walked through a dodgy area very late at night, you could say they should have been smarter and take a taxi.
... even though we couldn’t understand a word, it was hilarious!
The next day we went to the Brazilian side of the falls and walked along the walkway all the way out to Devil’s Throat and once again got soaking wet. On our walk along the trail we saw a Tucan in a tree, we stopped for a few photos when a baby Tucan popped it’s head out of a hole in the tree! It was all we could dream about! Then a second adult Tucan flew over and sat in the tree, ...
... at 8.30am and paid our $P215 each for the entry fee. We went straight to the train and caught it to the first stop, where we got off and started walking along the walkway of the Upper trail. This gave us great views down over the falls, and of the massive volume of water that is moving every minute. There were about 4 different viewing platforms that you could walk out on to get photos, but the place was pretty packed so it was sometimes hard ...
... plane finally took off around 3:30. Hopefully it did change its broken tire. And thankfully we safely landed in Iguazu Falls shortly after 5pm. When the plane touched down, many people applauded by clapping their hands. For me, I just wanted to tell them I would NEVER EVER fly LAN if I could help it! And I will tell everyone I know to avoid this airline at all cost! Extremely unprofessional!
Iguazu Falls airport was a small one, with only 2 conveyer belts ...