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Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... we slept; we got off light only losing the cash in Rach's purse, but some people lost laptops etc.
Despite this eye-opening episode, we didn't let it ruin our stay, so that day headed to the Brazilian side of Iguazu falls. This was very easy, just one bus and a passport check at the border. However, with a stinking hangover, everything seemed hard for Andy. Nonetheless, we got to the park and enjoyed nice shady trails with lizards and ...
... all out for us luckily. When we got there it seemed much more of a tourist place than the Brazilian side had and reminded us of a Disneyland park. Not the best first impression we could have been given. Even though this was the case there is nothing that could have taken away from the beauty of the falls. This is the one thing I'm struggling to do justice to when I'm thinking of how to describe them. Just beautiful. It is ...
... I got soaked the rain had made so much difference and you couldn't even see the Brazilian side. We continued along all the other walk ways and I was so impressed. Saw more toucans and killer badger things it was a really fun day.
We headed back to town said our farewells and they all headed off. I just chilled for the evening as nice 24hr bus ride in the morning happy days.
... located at the border of two countries - in this case, Brazil and Argentina. And also like Niagara, it is possible to view the Falls from either side of the border, although that'll mean having to pay two entry fees, each about USD28 / RM84. But if you're short of time (or money) and absolutely have to choose just one, do Argentina simply because you'll get to see more of the Falls (although it does not mean the view from Brazil is any less spectacular). As we ...
... também fazer um misto. Com pão árabe, salada de tomate e cebola e molho de alho, muito bom mesmo. Mami acabou deixando um pedaço para a Jackie experimentar, mas tenho certeza que ela já conhece esta iguaria !
Pegamos o ônibus "1 de Maio" ( que alias passa bem em frente à rua do mercado) e voltamos para casa. Mami foi descansar um pouco, pois a noite íamos sair novamente para o "Dutyfree" da Argentina com a Adriana, amiga da Jackie.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking