Carima Resort Hotel & Convention
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Medium hotel. Location to the falls are for both sides
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... the Brazilian territory, which has just over 20% of these falls, and the left hand side are Argentine, which make up almost 80% of the falls. The sound that the water makes when it runs through the falls is deafening, the views were spectacular even though it rained all day. Saw quite a bit of wildlife, a few big spiders,monkeys,coatis and ...
... so I assume they are much more careful now, but we still managed to get very, very close and get very, very wet! So much fun!!!
I ended the day extremely tired (it felt like I had run a half marathon!) but also very serene; I really didn’t want to leave. I can’t explain it but I could spend hours just sitting and gazing at these falls, they are that magnificent. Reluctantly I caught the bus back to town and slept ...
... behind to return to the local town of Puerto Iguazu, checking in to our not-so-palatial guesthouse here. For £12 a night, now THIS place is more our price range! It was basic, but clean and had air-conditioning... So can't complain really. We headed off into the town to find some food, looking out (in vain) for our little Trooper, and came across a quaint looking Mexican pop-up restaurant on the street... With really reasonable prices for burritos, ...
... of our table. The coatis were hysterical to watch and we had both rolled around laughing when one jumped up on a table and stole a sandwich from a small child, we were not laughing so much when we were under attack and defending our kitkats. The visitor centre on the Brazilian side had an incredible exhibition of camera trap photos that had been taken around the falls both on the Brazilian and the Argentinean side, knowing just how hard it was to capture ...
... said 1100 will be good to go. So I went back to the hostel and we waited and packed what we could before returning and picking it all up, with some still wet at 1100. We hung out the wet clothes on the line on the hostel roof, checked out and put our bags into storage. We walked up to the bus stop on the corner, waited for 20mins or so before hopping onto a bus to the Brazilian Iguazu side for 3 reais each and arrived at 1300. We paid the 54reais ...