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... 6kms wide and 100m tall. You can't beat Wikipedia for fast facts....who cares if they are true or not?! ;) Before catching the bus to the falls we walked up to a part of town where Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay meet. The countries are separated by a river. After a quick photo with each country we hopped onto the bus and after around 30mins we arrived at the entrance. When you first go in there is a museum and tourist information and then you get to ...
... river feeding into the falls was amazing. Back into the taxi and then hotel in time for a quick swim and some rays. Susan feeling very soggy opted for a hot shower instead. I then had a chat with two lovely Argentinian ladies in Spanish!!!!!! Impressed? Well it was a very little Spanish from me, a little English from them and when we were really stuck wonderful Google translate. Then the dreaded packing although I am getting good at it by now and off ...
... I am not in fit shape, so I stopped once on the way up the stairs, and once on the way up the slope to catch my breath. It is NOT for the faint of heart. I would discourage those with heart problems, knee/hip issues, etc. Definitely NOT for those with a cane.
When the trip was over, as I mentioned, we were all soaked to the bone. The problem is there is more water tomorrow. And our clothes from today won't be ...
Today we saw the falls from the Argentinean side where you get a lot closer up the falls and can actually walk beneath them which is really cool, they also have more walks ways where your up close the falls instead of viewing them from distance like in ...
... guy with his massive cameras! He was from Kyoto travelling the world for an undefined period of time. What a character. Cool guy!
I decide to sit at the first row, better view (even if not so much to see) and the bus driver looks quite friendly and expert on falls and Argentinian history.
Good choice. After 5 minutes he started the conversation asking where I was coming from and after some “I love Italy” he started to talk about BA , ...