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... did a few more loops around the lower water course and then powered down the river. The speed the warmth and the sunshine soon had us partially dry as we finished this exhilarating ride at a lower dock were we met up with a tour guide and truck to take us for a jungle ride. This jungle was quite a bit different to our Amazon experience, but 5 minutes into the ride we paused because the monkey activity above us was increasing and a pause for photos was in ...
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 ...
... We ended up at a hostel
near our hotel and again ended up eating pizzas. The funniest thing about this
was that the waiter took our particular orders and the pizzas were taking a
fair while when we noticed a lady walk into the hostel with pizza boxes and we
realised that they didn’t make the pizzas here but had made a telephone order
and picked them up for us to eat!
... by having to disembark a few times for border controls. But we made it to Foz du Icagu, the city beside he falls. It was a lot bigger than the town in Argentina which just looked to be set up for tourists going to the waterfalls. By the time we made it to the national park it was 2pm and stupidly hot at that time of the day, no wonder everyone choses to go there in the morning. There is less to do on the Brazilian side so we only needed a few hours. We did the main ...
... 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. ...