Iguazu Jungle Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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As a group we agreed to spend a free morning doing a quick nip to Paraguay which was only half hour to the boarder. It ticked the box but was essentially just a shopping trip.
Paraguay is meant to be the cheapest country in S America for electronics etc so some of the group bought some bits. As you walk along the street people start off offering you electrics, followed by marihuana ...
... I think I will have to carefully select where I hitch hike in future and perhaps even listen to advice from locals! Using buses now I then moved onto Jardin America to see the waterfalls at Salto del Tabay. The weather had turned by now and rain and cloud dominated each day. The falls were nice, but through the grey mist I must admit I was a little disappointed, I am sure sunshine would have helped make them look slightly more inspiring. Another damp ...
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.
... to travel. Fully reclined seats and good night`s sleep. Onto Buenos Aires....the home of Evita, Tango, and thanks to the economic crises of 1997 one of the most affordable major city centres in the world........more steak, more coffee, and a little Scent of a Women tango scene is in the cards....speaking of which, in our ongoing rummy match, Christine is killing up 8255 to 8170......I am sure to come back though. cheers ...
... evidenced by their penchant for foraging and their banded black and white tails. But we also think these beasts must be somehow related to some variety of monkey because their tails are more intelligent and versatile: when they scavenge in groups, their tails point upward, like little antennae, which apparently helps them keep tabs on one another; but when they are alone, the tails follow behind, just grazing the ground. In any event, these wily coatis must have caused ...