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Ankom fredag formiddag hit til hotellet. Her regner det og er 9 grader kaldt! Hotellet vi bor på er stort og kaldt! I dag tok vi en taxi over til Paraguay som var en selsom opplevelse (se eget kapittel).. Som noen av dere kanskje har skjønt, så samler Helge på land - Så nå har han ett til på cv`n sin.. Tror han er oppe i godt over 40 land totalt. …
Samandkate stayed here on Feb 22, 2011 during their trip titled: Samandkate's Great Adventure.
... lots of little creatures called Quatis or Cuatis that hang about looking to accost the unsuspecting tourist. One of them managed to rip some grape juice right out of Gen's hand. They look like small anteaters, but have massive lethal-looking claws.
It's still raining. So we have lunch at the restaurant above the falls. There are many Cuatis here as well. A number of members of staff appear to have the sole responsibility of shooing the Cuatis away. This often results in ...
... at one point. At the park entrance, we purchased a couple ponchos and headed into the park. We got there just as the parked opened so it wasn't too busy yet, so we took advantage and hit the lower two trails first.
The views up to the waterfalls were fantastic going on forever, and I just couldn't stop taking pictures. The falls were so long that you had a full 180 degree view of them. The trails were structured ...
... was only a quick bus hop from our hostel. Unlike Niagara Falls, we had to pay to get into the Iguazu falls area, and it wasn't particularly cheap and, as we found out later, due to the height of the river the train which takes you to the top of the park wasn't working, and it was the only way to get there. We were a bit annoyed but it didn't really matter because the falls were incredible. It is a series of massive, raging waterfalls and stretched for ...
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