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Maravillas de la naturaleza

Llegamos a Foz do Iguaçú, después de 24 horas en autobús desde Río. Ese domingo no hicimos nada, básicamente porque estabamos un poco destrozados por el autobús y porque era el partido BARÇA-MADRID (1-0 por cierto...) El motivo principal de venir a Foz era por ver las cataratas de Iguazú,...

permalink written by  Paso a Paso on November 30, 2009 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: PASO A PASO



Fly-by Brazil

Paraguay out of the way, it was now time to visit the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. We had been told half a day is easily enough for this, though we were in danger of not even having that. Getting a bus on the Brazilian side wasn't as easy as we expected either. We saw a bus on the same route...

permalink written by  The Happy Couple on October 9, 2009 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: Michael's Round-the-World honeymoon



Foz Do Iguacu

Iguacu Falls, Itaipu Dam

permalink written by  Andy and Frankie on October 6, 2009 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: Team Frandrew Go Global



Across the border into Brazil

Bus to Foz

permalink written by  wherearesteveandlisa on September 21, 2009 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: wherearesteveandlisa's Travel Blog



Iguazu Falls

Arriving at Puerto Iguazzu I was slightly devastated to see that it was grey and miserable outside. We were only going to be around for two days so we just had to hope it would clear up quickly, in the meantime we headed into town for our final Argentinean dinner – a mixed grill which arrived...

permalink written by  steve_stamp on August 31, 2009 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: The art of being lost



Muchos agua

Another overnight bus trip, this one taking 18 hours. I actually slept pretty well, probably because I was so knackered from the night before. Anyway, reached the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls, where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay all meet on a baking hot day. They're spectacular for their...

permalink written by  phileasdogg on January 9, 2009 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: Planes, Trains & Taxiwallahs



Geez that´s a lot of water!

27 hours later we arrived fresh as daisies in Puerto Iguazu - NOT!! We couldn´t believe that we had just spent that amount of time on a bus. We could have flown to Aus easily in that time. However, we were certainly well and truly rewarded for our brave or some might say crazy efforts. The...

permalink written by  chrishoorweg on October 8, 2007 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: and one last trip before we come home.........?



Day 17 (cont.)

Unlike Puerto Iguazu on the Argentine side, Foz seems to be a metropolis, and a none too pretty one at that. After some stops at the Varig office (to buy my plane ticket to Rio) and the tourist booth, we eventually found our way to the Brazilian side of the Falls. We were dropped off in...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on March 16, 1992 from Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
from the travel blog: Antarctica and South America (1992)



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