Iguazu Falls, Argentina Side
Nov 13, 2006
May 23, 2007
Then, it started to rain very hard with about 20 mile per hour winds and we had to wait for it to slow down in order to walk back to the train station. A tree fell down on the train track so we have to wait for it to be moved. This process took about one hour or so. A fun but wet day, it has taken our boots 2 days to dry out!
We went to the Argentina side which gives you a whole different view, you are up close and personal. It is a sight I will never forget. We took a boat ride down the river and went into one of the smaller falls! Wet is not the word, but it was great. In order to get to the beginning of the falls you have to take a small train for 3 miles and walk about 1 ½ miles. But when you get there it is well worth it. You see the beginning of it all, what a sight. The Devil's Throat, a U-shaped 490 wide by 2300 feet long cliff, is the most impressive of all, and marks the border between Argentina and Brazil.