Casa Blanca Hotel
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Iguazu, today was the 2nd day running it has been overcast and raining. Wasn't sure what to do as I had been to the falls and didn't really want to go there again, one of the guys at the hostel was going Skydiving in Paraguay so spur of the moment I went with him. Not sure if they have the same safety standards over here as they do for the rest of the world, but at least I got a parachute. Couldn't take pictures as it was drizzling, and really ...
... there about 11.0 pm Lima time and have a 4 hour flight.. So far have loved everything we have seen. This s next day and am finishing from yesterday, Left Iguassu at 9.45 pm and arrived at Lima hotel at midnight. Bloody airports I have been scanned so many times I think I am radioactive. Any way all good and up raring to go this ...
... Josh ran back outside, but unfortunately, he was gone... We were so sad. We hadn't got the chance to say goodbye to our dear new friend, who we had taken a real shining to. Honestly, we still feel so bad about it now... We even spent the next few days whenever we were in town looking out for him. Desperate to spot him once more and give him the goodbye he truly deserved from us. So, I better introduce him to you guys, right? As you have probably already ...
We left São Paulo at 4am as we had an early flight to Foz do iguaçu (Brazilian side of Iguazu falls). It wasn't a great day for me, it started off with Mike spilling very thick hot chocolate on me right before boarding the flight, dropping my phone from a top bunk and the screen no longer functioning and then I realised...I left my kindle on the airplane. I dealt with all the other issues pretty well but when I found out ...
... us at a bus stop. Over the road was a modern visitors' centre for the Itaipu Dam. The staff working here had excellent English and were very professional. We paid our entry fee before going to watch an introductory video, which was very celebratory in content. Next, we got onto a double-decker bus and drove through the check point by the bus stop. Beyond the barrier is the binational zone, which is neither fully part of Brazil nor Paraguay. A treaty signed by the two ...