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TravelPod Member ReviewsYacutinga Lodge Puerto Iguazu
Quel bel endroit complètement mystique je suis ensorcelée par cet endroit
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L'arrivée à Iguazu te rendre dedans avec sont humidité accablante et sa végétation. Tout de suite tu vois des affiche avec des traversées de bêtes que tu n'a jamais vu. Je suis complètement déroutée (dans le. On sens du terme) et ici la terre est d'un rouge intense avec le contraste de la super v …
... yet in Brazil as we had read, mainly we had enough cash for our month and had a flight out. We paid our 385pesos each (think I saw USA citizens were stung like 1700pesos) and told us we could pick it up tomorrow at 1130. Things are back on the track for Team Noble. We made our easy back to the hostel, grabbed our snacks and lunch and made our say to the bus stop to catch the local bus to the Iguassu National Park. Bus was ...
That night we stopped in Humahuaca the area’s largest settlement, the town centre has tight cobbles stone streets which were a challenge to negotiate in the car. The plaza and church gave the town a very quaint atmosphere. We found it difficult to find a reasonable camping ground so ended up staying in a hostel out of town, it was basic but the owner was a lovely lady who went out of her way to make us feel welcome, including making us dinner, the same ...
... drastically lower.
Our excursion to Iguazu was planned by our travel agent, Cruise Professionals, accompanied by the owner, Mary Jean Tully. We’ve travelled with Mary Jean before, to the Great Wall of China where she hosted a luncheon for about 40 of her clients, with white linen and Australian C************* a rather remote part of the Wall. We were about the only people there, dining in one of the turrets. It was ...
... pool. Ken went in in his pants. We also organised our tour for the following day.
The Iguazu Falls are a set of waterfalls bordering Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. They are huge.
On Friday 6th March we went to Argentina! We crossed the border and saw the Iguazu Falls, which are like nothing we've seen before. There was lots to see in the park and we did lots of walking on lower, middle and ...