Carima Resort Hotel & Convention
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Medium hotel. Location to the falls are for both sides
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... we went to the National Park to see the waterfalls. The weather was okay, it was warm but slightly cloudy. After entering the park you get on a bus that takes you about 10km into the center of the park and we got off and did a walking trail first. It leads you slowly towards the falls, which you can hear long before you can see them! The trail also includes a walkway that goes out into the ...
... They told us they had been on an 8 day bender and we could see the struggle. They kept asking us where we were going out, I don't think they understood that we were 'out'. Every night at the hostel we had to listen to music and loud people so we decided on the Saturday night to enjoy there hostel experience until we discovered that everyone heads out on a Saturday night. Standard. So we turned in and just called it a night. Buenos nachoes!! ...
... going to make it in time. I won`t reveal the naughty way we overcome the problem because I don`t condone such behaviour, but inside the gates we saw part of the the cause of the problem. Everyone was going through the same type of security as at an airport, but of the eight x-ray machines at our gate, only three were being used. Everything from bottles of water, posters, flags over a certain size, plastic trumpets and hooters were being confiscated.It was an ...
... Argentine side.
It was like all the worlds waters was going over the edge.
Some of the trails were above the falls and some were below. But it didn't matter if you were above or below as we got drenched in various spots due to the power. The spray from some areas would rise high above ...
... with great view of the San Martin fall, the second largest of the falls
Upper Circuit walk - crosses the top of the canyon with views down over the edge of the falls
Getting completely drenched on a Jungle Explorer speedboat ride up the river and underneath the falls for an up close and completely soaking ...