Carima Resort Hotel & Convention
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Medium hotel. Location to the falls are for both sides
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... for the role they play as a border. On completion of this track we crossed the border into Argentina and set out on the tracks there. This was at midday and was very hot. This track was very sheltered and therefore there was little breeze. There were also a thousand tourists and narrow walking tracks. It was single file all the way round - not very pleasant. The consensus was that Brazil got the best part of this deal. Along ...
... of course brings you down near the bottom of the falls. There was one point where I was right next to the falls and it was really cool to feel the power of the falls from so close. That coolness was diminished by all the idiots who thought they were at a 4th grader’s pool party and were jumping around and throwing water at each other. It was unbelievable to me how stupid some of these people could be.
... beer. They all had tables and chairs in front of their stalls and there didn't seem to be any free seats anywhere, it was packed.
We wandered round the whole market before we settled on Gela Guela, which had an upstairs open terrace, for a beer. We ordered a litre bottle of beer to share while we perused the menu and looked to see what food was being served at the tables. It wasn't a big menu by any means - empanadas, steak, fries and mixed platters ...
Nigel: We left Puerto Iguazu in Argentina on the bus and were in Foz de Iguacu in Brazil about an hour and a half later. We would have been there even quicker if we hadn't have needed to get off the bus to go through immigration and then wait for another bus. As we were staying a couple of days here, we decided not to rush to the falls on the first day but to have a bit of a rest and go refreshed the next day. We had a stroll around the centre (a nondescript town) and then headed ...
... was not pleasant. That whole area is where people from Argentina and Brazil go to get cheap electronics, as there is over 30% tax on those items in their countries. We decided to leave after a couple of hours and breathed a sigh of relief on getting back to Brazil. I don't for a second judge Paraguay on that piece of it, but it's not a great example for the country.
That evening it was back to the bus station for a 12 hour bus to Campo Grande in Mato Grosso do Sul, for my next stop in ...