La Cautiva Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... along the river to some of the falls as well. Now, this was a lot of fun. The boats are similar to the big RIBs you see bombing up and down the Thames but with much bigger engines - I don't know how big they must have been to power us upstream against a fast flowing near-whitewater current. It's basically a half hour joyride along the river and to a few falls. Even though you're in a boat that's drifting ...
... 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 ...
... from our Argentinian adventure the next day are all of the Devils throat, so is the video which Adam took. Take a look at it gives you a tiny idea of the roar and volume of water coming down. The wild life on both sides were there for all to see, with birds, animals and fish in abundance. The fish were particularly large, seriously the cat fish were bigger than an 8yr old! We saw some creative fish nets/cages at the top of the falls. On our trip to Argentina, which we ...
... 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 day of the 4th we headed out of Argentina with assurances we would meet again. Brazil welcomed us with open arms. The border crossing was interesting. After all the hassle we went to getting Visa's, our taxi driver merely took our passports into immigration to be stamped for us, and then we headed off again. ...so customs never even laid eyes on us!! We could have had several people hiding in the boot and crossed apparently with no worries!! Ah South America, ...