Pousada Natureza Foz
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Dieser Aufenthalt stand ursprünglich gar nicht in unserem Reiseprogramm. Da es jedoch keine direkten Flüge von Lima nach Salvador gibt, legten wir hier kurzerhand einen längeren Stopp ein, damit Cornelia die Wasserfälle von Iguaçu bestaunen konnte. Die Grenzüberquerung gestaltete sich dann leider etwas komplizierter als erwartet. Bei unserer nä …
A new day a new overnight bus, this time taking us to one of the recently selected seven wonders of the natural world, the Iguacu waterfalls. We stayed in a very nice hostel in the town closest to the falls and went out to a typical Brazilian BBQ house. Its all you can eat salad and sides where you help yourself and then the waiters come round to …
... Brazilian food: A restaurant where there are buffet salads, deserts and sides but all the BBQ meat is brought out on a massive skewer. The waiters walk around with about 20 different types of meats and cut off the freshly cooked meat straight onto your plate. And because it was all you can eat that is what we ...
We're writing this in the pitch black at the very beginning of a 14 hour, very bumpy, overnight minibus journey taking us from Iguassu to Bonito. So this could be an arduous end to two of the best days of our lives.
Iguassu falls are simply amazing. It is times like this I wish I'd paid more attention in English classes at school so I could better articulate just how good they are . I find there are increasingly few moments in life when I just ...
... there was no one else in the complex, he showed us to the large apartment style loft above his residence. The place was quite old and run down, but typical of small town Argentina. We settled our things before heading into town for some exploring.
Puerto Iguazu is a very small town, even with the tourist draw of the impressive Iguazu falls, this sleepy little town has stayed grounded and kept its traditional roots, minus the obvious touristy souvenir ...
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They don't take cards and you can book without a card so without paying anything, and then they send an email a couple of weeks before you check in asking for some money in advance. Which is difficult if they don't take cards and you can hardly post them cash....and I had no reply to 2 emails asking about this. That aside, the pousada is on the outskirts of town, quiet, spacious and clean. There are 1 1/2 rooftop pools which are clean and well kept. Breakfast was decent for the price, and included: scrambled eggs, proper coffee, fruit, different types of breads and cake, and ham and cheese. Pet turkeys running around. They organised transport to and from the Argentinian side of the Falls, in an AC minivan to and from the pousada, only for slightly more than getting public buses and it was definitely easier. Also sold me a boat trip in there for less than it would cost buying from the park.
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