If you go, go first thing in the morning. Get on the first bus from Puerto Iguazu and the first train our to the Devils Throat (the largest part). It's unlikely it wont already be crowded anyway but any moment of solitude you can have in a place like this is indescribable.
I am a bit too tired to write more now but I hope to add more stories soon.
Sending all my love,,,besos and abrazos!!
As I frantically try to update posts from the last week or so I find myself at a loss of words when trying to describe the magnitude of Iguazu falls. Since I started out my Argentina journey in the far north west part of Argentina it took about 30 hours to get to Iguazu, I was only there for about 20 hours and then I got on ANOTHER 24 hour bus to get to Buenos Aires. It was a tiring and expensive endeavor and it was worth every single penny and minute. I have not seen anything like it in my entire life and I don't know if I ever will (although now I really want to go to Niagara). The pictures don't do it justice, they just can't. I went there with a girl from New Zealand and a boy from Australia that I met in Cafayate. We kept trying to take hundreds of pictures to try to make people understand what it's like to be there, but looking back at the pictures now it's just impossible.