Iguazu Grand Resort, Spa & Casino
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... on the same day, thus giving us an extra day in Paraguay. As we walked through the Parque Nacional Iguazu we were suddenly met by a jaw dropping panoramic; a series of 275 waterfalls crashing 80m into the Rio Iguaçu whose power and noise have to be experienced to be believed. Created in Southern Brazil when the Rio Iguazu passes over a basalt plateau and in the process dividing into many channels, ...
... falls but the main event was definitely the 'Devils throat' at the end, so immense and you can walk right out infront of it where we got absolutely soaked. After 3 hours of walking around the park we were done. The park also offered an range of funny looking wildlife, including large lizards, cooties and colourful birds.
Next day it was the turn of the Argentinian side, again very easy to get to just 20 minutes on a local bus ...
... 8211; but perhaps not paid for fuel or insurance!). We waited in anticipation as the choppers did there turn around flights and suddenly they needed two people to fill up the next trip – and there we were standing on the landing pad, climbing into our first helicopter flight. Woo hoo – this was quite exciting. The take-off felt like a roller coaster Nomes said – and she would know after her recent trip to California Disney Adventure Park. It was a great ...
... I was ready for the bartering, but he went in at $5 which was lower than what I was expecting to barter down to, so I just said $4 and settled on that. Unsurprisingly they are like cheapy sunglasses so I'm still keeping an eye out for a nice (but not uber expensive) pair. The girls flipped into lady shopping mode for short shorts, and since I long ago learnt my lesson regarding lady shopping with Sam & Ed headed back for the border.
After a quick bite to eat ...
... for us however, huge floods a few months ago destroyed the ramps and consequently there is now no access to that part of the waterfalls. Parts of the old ramps are still visible, sticking up here and there from the water and lying stretched across the hillsides. It is possible to get to near the bottom of the Devil's throat from the Brazilian side, where spray from the water can reach 150m!
We arrived into Foz do Iguacu, the city on the ...