Iguazu Grand Resort, Spa & Casino
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... of wildlife within! The first we noticed - of course - were the mosquitoes and other bitey critters, but in addition to those less than desirable occupants of the park, there were coatis (heaps of these funny little creatures!), cuis (more of the little rodents that we previously saw in Puerto Madryn), monkeys, butterflies, pretty birds, big lizards, and my absolute favourites...toucans!! I've been trying to see some of these for the entire trip - we ...
... in the afternoon after a very long 17 hour bus journey. Although it was by then too late to go to the falls, we went for a walk around the city - which seemed extremely lively after Campo Grande's sleepiness. Having always wanted to have visited the falls (there's that geog geek within me) I was excited for the next morning. Our hostel offered a tour to the Argentinian side of the falls, but we decided to go by ourselves to the Brazilian side first. We ...
... bus journey. They're set to take in large parts of South America together over the next couple of months before they also go in separate directions. Spending over five weeks with the pair of them should be listed up there with climbing Everest or trekking to the North Pole, but it'd been a great experience nonetheless. There will be no shortage of stories to tell when we're inevitably reunited in the New Year.
As if one night of snoring from ...
My main motivation for crossing the border into Argentina was to get another cool stamp in my passport. But in the two nights spent here I've realised it has everything I could wish for: great people, great places, great food - and fabulous wine. Crossing the border from Brazil to Argentina was a bit like going to a McDonald's drive-thru. After an overnight bus ride to Foz Do Iguacu on the Brazilian side, my three Aussie travel buddies and I got into a taxi and ...
... another stamp. Woo! paid our entrance fees and made our way along the treks to the falls. We started off with the highest viewpoints which meant we were actually on top of the waterfalls and this was an amazing sensation. The vastness, the amount of water and the noise is incredible and something I again can't describe. We went back on ourselves and took the lower trail which led to the bottom of the falls, which meant the ponchos were out again. Again, this was ...