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... directly over us, and the heavens fully opened. Needless to say we didn't really stop to enjoy the birds, if the birds were smart they wouldn't have been out in the rain anyway. I took a 12 minute helicopter ride over the falls during a (very) small window of sunny sky- it was amazing. Spectacular :) Then I got to stroll through Iguaçu falls park, in the rain, for a couple of hours- checking out the coatie (think an anteater crossed with a possum) and of course ...
... breakfast and I reluctantly pointed out to Jamie that Junior Lewis and I would prefer to take advantage of our extra time in the town to do the falls on the following day. Having already been to both sides in the past, Jamie wasn't too fussed but I felt for both Matt and Tony, who also agreed that they'd have to give it a miss. As a result, it meant that we would spend our last few hours together in a cold hostel common area as the rain fell around us. ...
... Argentine side.
It was like all the worlds waters was going over the edge.
Some of the trails were above the falls and some were below. But it didn't matter if you were above or below as we got drenched in various spots due to the power. The spray from some areas would rise high above ...
... cards. Without looking they could inform each other of which card we had chosen. After a quick complaint to Bamba about our bus experience I was completely satisfied with my day and ready for the Argentinian side! As Ami and I had already booked a tour through Bamba we planned to meet Kelsey and the boys at the falls and they decided to spend the night on the Argentinian side so we had a gang again! Happy days ...
... cataratas') that span 2.7km (4 times wider than Niagara Falls).
We found it mind boggling as we worked our way around the national park, along the walkways and by train to each of the vantage points, seeing a seemly placid, expansive river at the top which results in these deafening, violent waterfalls.