Casa Blanca Hotel
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... the power of this waterfall, amazed that we could get so close. The walkways at this park allow visitors to get so incredibly close.
From there, we headed back down to see the rest of Iguazu Falls which are also accessible via a series of walkways built to maximize views and get visitors right up close. We had read that there is also a boat ride to an island in the middle of the river that affords views of the falls but upon asking ...
... Apart from a puma, it was the only animal we had yet to see on our American adventure so we were pretty pleased.
We passed couple of waterfalls, one of them catching the sun perfectly in its spray to show a rainbow. Looking across the river we could see swept away bridge/walkway on the Brazilian side. We watched a boat on the river accelerate up the river and head directly for one of the waterfalls. It slowed down as it got closer, but it virtually ...
Everything you have heard about the Falls at Igauzu is correct. Our first 2 nights were spent on the Argentinian side, in Puerto Igauzu. We had preorganised a taxi driver to take us to and from the Falls. His name Juan Carlos Cabrera, and between Juan, his colleagues Enrico and Raquel all our transport needs have been covered efficiently including our border crossing today into Brazil. Raquel speaks a little English ...
... As of now for example the official rate is arouind US$1:AR$7 whereas on the blue market it is more like US$1:AR$14. Whilst this is an incredible saving it introduces two problems: acquiring the US dollars in the first place, and carying a lot of cash from place to place.
Being a 'just winging it' kind of guy myself and indeed everyone else made the tactile error of not contacting our banks to increase the withdrawal limits and as such I could ...
... 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 ...