Casa Blanca Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... the Canadian falls and you know you're in for something special when Lonely Planet describes Niagara as a mere "ripple" by comparison! Victoria Falls are the only other waterfalls in the world that compare in terms of height but the horseshoe shape of Iguazu and the amazing boardwalks constructed over and around them means that you can, at certain points, stand right on top of the waterfall and look over the precipice below with water thundering all around you. Iguazu is classed as ...
I forgot to mention it but yesterday was my first alcohol free day since I've been here. This accured to me in the afternoon and I did consider grabbing a malzbier not to break the run but on second thought chasing a high drink-everyday count isn't something to really shout about.
We got into Foz do Iguazu on time around 8:15. Unfortunately that was the last of the straight forward buses. After 45 minutes of waiting and only seeing the same buses ...
... in Uruguay, bring them to Argentina and change them on the street for a way better rate, literally almost doubling your money! Its usually about £1 to 13 pesos but if you change dollars on the street you can get $1 to 14 pesos, so over 20 or so to the pound, hopefully means the money should go a bit further in Argentina! We're just off to the supermarket cos you can buy 2 massive steaks for about £4 equivalent and just cook them in the hostel, should be a good feed ...
... filled with Chinese people speaking Chinese and the food was great. It was really authentic and we were really surprised at the quality of food and also the fact that on the Paraguay, Brazil & Argentina border there were so many Chinese. We have no idea why.There's not much to do to see in the city bar huge amounts of shopping but there are some good sites nearby that we will explore in the next couple of days. ...
... so ultimately we were going to meet up, if not at some point before, then there.
The next day the girls left early to catch a flight to Buenos Aires, while I was left for most of the day to book a bus there. I had a few hours to kill before the bus left in the afternoon so I went to visit the animal sanctuary opposite the hostel called Güirá Oga. I took a tour and followed the path around the whole place, seeing creatures such as pelicans, an armadillo, an otter and a kayman. ...