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... Turned out to be a gem piece of advice and actually ended up impressing us more than the falls. The sanctuary took us over a couple of hours to wander through, to take in the different sections such as the rainforest birds and the Pantanal birds. We got to wander in amongst a couple of the cages which meant impressive closeups of the colourful Macaw birds, which make a racket but are fascinating to look at, if not just for the array of colours. We even got to hold one of the tame ...
... town lies on the confluence of two rivers, the Iguazu and the Parana which create natural borders between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. There are viewpoints of the frontier in each country so that evening we took a walk to the Argentine point to peek at the other countries across the water. We set off early the following morning for our first visit to the falls. The first thing we saw when we walked into the national park was tons of these funny wee ...
After spending Xmas Day seeing the falls on the Argentina side we decided to cross into Brazil to see their view of the falls.
After a 30 minute walk and 1 hour bus journey across the border we ended up in an hour queue to buy tickets. We obviously were not alone in doing this side of the falls!
After getting into the park, we understood why it is ...
... are 150 waterfalls and 270 during the 'wet' months. The falling area is 2,700 square metres and the water flow reaches 6,500 cubic metres per second during flood seasons.
The only wildlife we saw on the trail was a few coatis and they shouldn't really count in that environment. They are not scared of humans at all, probably because they are actually quite dangerous as they might bite or scratch while carrying rabies. They do look cute though and are often encouraged ...
... sights of the city. One of the biggest cities in South America and certainly the biggest one we have come across on the trip so far, without all the people speaking Spanish you would never tell you were in South America with all the skyscrapers taking over the skyline and the few historical buildings left. That night we went for a very traditional South American meal- joking we went to an Irish Pub! Our second day we enjoyed a much deserved sleep in before going to get ...