Hotel Baviera Iguassu
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... ride we returned to land to get changed before getting a bus back over to Brazil.
A brilliant buffet dinner (we might write a separate entry on food we've had) near our hotel followed before we packed and onto our minibus.
Well that has filled one hour writing this (we're not really slow writers it's just been very bumpy)
so... only 13 more to go!
(photos to follow)
... the rainforest and need to respect it. They had some tree trunks that were 1000 years old, and absolutely massive! As I was walking back to the hotel it began to pour. Luckily I wasn't far away, but still managed to get pretty wet. Since we had to check out that morning, I was stuck in the lobby for the next few hours cold, wet and alone, reading and waiting for my wife to return. She finally did and we got a shuttle to the airport and headed back to Buenos ...
... Incredible. The Argentinian side was better.
We agreed it was probably the best thing we had ever seen. Looking at it from above, side ways, etc. was one thing but we thought it best to see it up close.
Stripped down, shoes off, life jackets on. In the speed boat we went searching for that wee bit of adrenaline. Chicken here made Han sit closest to the edge.
First up was a sprinkling from the smaller falls, before a sudden speed change going straight ...
... frankly, we all agreed. Having said that, it made for an adventurous and time-filling day out for us.
Having now spent a few days in Spanish speaking countries, I thought it prudent to message our Cruz the Coast and Argentinian-born tour guide, Carolina, about whether 'Oi' is an acceptable way of addressing people in Argentina. I got a flat and firm response, NO! DAMMIT!
Beer consumed: Quilmes (it may now be time for some vino!)
Nayan & ...
... We had a 2 hour wait at the bus terminal for our scheduled 9pm departure on an overnight bus to Brazil.
Ambur, Gill, Ann and I kept ourselves amused and thoroughly entertained with a guessing game. Trying to guess what a local man was shouting as he walked around trying to sell steak rolls.
"Rice and Peas"
"Lice and Cheese
"Ice and Teas"
Or more logical guesses of ...