Iguazu Jungle Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... were going to be fed dinner and wine. Come 11.30, we were asleep and no one had been fed. We awoke to a man selling Milanese sandwiches so we bought one, having not eaten since lunch. Two seconds later, the included dinner arrives. Very frustrating. What's more - there was no wine.
The day after Iguazu Falls was always going to be a tough gig but luckily we arrived to a beautiful ...
... suits from the 80's! I suppose I better get back used to it as I am home soon! Found a great campsite on the banks of Rio Uruguay looking over to Brazil only 150m away. First day I went to see the Salto de Mocona, a 3km long waterfall because the river has split longitudinally as one side has been thrust upward by a geological fault - interesting for a geographer anyway! Pretty impressive even through the cloud and a good warm up for Iguazu. A ...
The weather was still fine and so we decided to visit the other falls in Missiones as well: The Moconá falls of the river Uruguay. The road to the falls was as nice as the falls itself - windy and the the top of the hills at a lot of scenic views on the rain forst and rivers.
It was really hot that afternoon and we welcomed the wet boat trip to the falls.
Please excuse my lack of proper punctuation and random inclusion of tildes the Brazilian keyboard is one I have yet to get used to. Today was one more day in Iguazu goes by. We originally planned on leaving Thursday afternoon at noon, but yesterday we loved it so much that we extended our ticket by a day. We~ll be leaving from the Argentinian side of Iguazu on Friday. Apparently the airport codes for ...
... to put their front paws on a bench to sniff at some unopened cokes (we posted a picture of this). Finally, after we had had our fill of the falls and the crowds, we pilled back onto the bus and went to the Argentinian side of the city of Iguazu Falls. Like the Brazilian side, this wasn't as much a city as a gateway to and from the falls. Nevertheless, we were surprised how discernable the transition was from Brazil to Argentina. We will certainly form more impressions ...