Iguazu Jungle Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Slept the whole flight and landed into a torential downpour. Undeterred we took an impromptu trip to see the Brazilian side of the falls. In a word, spectacular, Three major cataracts that stretch as far as the eye can see. The photos say it all!
Between the rain and the spray we were quite soggy by the time we got back to the Jungle Lodge …
... finally cocaina! A quick progression in the sales market.
Once we were back in Brazil we ate at the cheapest kilo restaurant (a Brazilian eating out experience, where you buffet but pay for the weight of the food on your plate). Then we caught a bus to Argentina in order to catch a 16 hour night bus to Uruguay. The bus was relatively comfortably and we got on board having been told ...
... cracking with each step under the enormous weight, thinking what a bloody stupid idea this was.......I had hit the wall. Then, my saviours, a group of four Uruguayan bird watchers. Not your usual heroes but certainly mine! I had walked about 16km in a little over four hours and now in the car the km's flew by. Occasional stops for photos of the little feathery fellows was fine and eventually they dropped my off about 70km from the tarmaced road. Sleeping ...
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.
... chartreuse green we were used to, and none wore helmets or crests on their heads, as we remembered. Nevertheless, the local replied with great clarity, "Iguana," so we were both disabused promptly of notions that we may have spotted a monitor or other such critter. We also once again encountered the incorrigible coati, which first made an appearance on our stage in Costa Rica, and then again in Tikal, Guatemala. These strange creatures are, we are told, relatives of ...