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... what a recommendation it was! The steak was barbequed to perfection and the potato dish the waiter recommended was divine. The only downside was that it was WAY too much food for two people, and we didn't even come close to finishing! After lunch we rolled back to our apartment and Senõr Blas kindly organized a taxi to take us to the airport at 2pm for our 4.40pm flight. [Taxi was AR$260 whereas the bus would have been AR$90 each...] And then, having ...
I don't want to cry for you, Argentina, but your Iguazu Falls are just TOO MUCH. They take your breath away and when I was standing on our Sheraton hotel balcony... I was genuinely fighting back a tear or two. The view from here is simply incredible... A panorama of jungle ahead of you and then mist... Just SO. MUCH. MIST. Down amongst all the mist, you can make out the falls in the distance... WOW. You may not always be able to see the falls (due to all the mist ...
... one else around us doing this) we weren't even sure we if we had missed the Brazilian checkpoint and were walking in Brazil without a valid stamp. But in the end it was sweet. The next morning we went to the falls again. The Brazilian Iguazu offers better views and a helicopter ride at a not too extortionate rate. It only took 10 minutes in total but well worth it and after the helicopter ride Iguazu was done. ...
... the Devil's Throat. The waterfalls at Iguaçu/Iguazú are in two layers in many places, with a higher set above a particularly hard layer of rock (presumably). A metal walkway took us out over a set of busy pools between the two layers of waterfalls. To our left, and close by, were some strong waterfalls, pouring freely and white and finishing in a cloud of spray. Below our feet, the water churned as it gushed between pools. At the end of the ...
Our flight from Salta was delayed by more than an hour, so we did not land at the airport near Puerto Iguazu until around 10:00pm. We were concerned that we would be too late to check-in to our hotel because they claimed nobody would be in the office after 11pm, but the car we had arranged picked us up promptly and deposited us at the hotel by 10:30. On the ride to the small city, we could see that the vegetation was tropical, but that was about ...
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