Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian Side
Trip Start Jun 01, 2009
84Trip End Dec 10, 2009
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Got back to the hostel in the afternoon and decided we better make a plan about where to go next so we booked a bus ticket to Buenos Aires and we leave today at 3.45 and its a 17 hour journey. Its funny because at home the drive to Dublin seems long but over here the distances are so vast that everyone is saying 'oh that's not too bad' to journeys of that length on a bus! The difference is though that the buses are so comfy and the bus we booked to BA is a Cama Totale for about 50 euro. The seats fully recline back into beds like first class seats on a plane so finally looking forward to experiencing that! We were told they give you whiskey and champagne on board too so we will be sipping away on champers travelling in style! Who said this backpacker life was going to be easy! They also serve meals on board and its all included and there are also DVDs so hopefully they will be 'en ingles' this time around
Ror has come down with a cold now as well so we are treating it with warm clothes, the equivalent of halls soother over here and the magic of Barrys Tea! I still have mine - can`t seem to shake it at all.
We had another big buffet dinner last night and there was a tango show after which I found mesmerising. I love Strictly Come Dancing and all those kind of programmes so hopefully I will get a dance lesson in BA. The dance looked so complicated so I can't wait to see a proper show in BA. We had a big storm then last night - there was loads of thunder and lightening and an unreal amount of rain falling. It is dry now but dull and overcast so its a good day to travel.