4th February 2013
Rejuvenated from our sleep after the border crossing madness that took place last night, we had breakfast round the pool. We remembered being in the pool after a few too many caipirinhas last night and somehow ended up teaching each other our versions of sign language alphabet! I can now say I’m fluent in the alphabet for American Sign Language. But I still maintain British Sign Language is better as it is more interacting with 2 hands rather than American which uses only one hand as they are too busy stuffing their faces with food from their other hand…
Anyway, we still wanted to check out the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls as we heard it’s more panoramic as the Argentinian side was more close up. grabbing a bus on the next street, we were there at the national Park again. Again, I’ll show the pics from my time there. But today it was cooler, and we spent most of our time trying to escape from a hoard of iPad-carrying Asians as we wanted unrestricted views of the panoramic views.
Dave’s not amused about waking up in the morning again..
Our first view of Iguazu Falls on the Brazilian side…crazy isn’t it?!
Even Two Bad Tourists have gone crazy for the Falls!
I heart Iguazu Falls
And it goes on and on and on…
Check me out getting all Artistic!
Amazing isn’t it?
Beware leaving your bags lying around, these raccoons will tear into them!
Just mind-boggingly awesome!
Two Bad Tourists reflecting on their travels…
I’m living up my travels! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
I just love this shot!
Watch out, don’t get soaked!
Right at the top looking over the falls…
This lizard reminds me of one of the Two Bad Tourists…
So there you have it! It was a brilliant day to say the least and we were extremely impressed again as we thought, on the way to the waterfalls, that we might be ‘over’ the falls seeing as we spent a significant time on the Argentinian side. However, going on the brazilian side was even worth it and I just wish that I could skydive over the falls itself…maybe I’ll do that next time!
Meanwhile, we need to get back, we booked our tickets to leave to Sao Paolo that evening and we need food, pronto!
But Iguazu Falls? There’s only 4 words to describe my feelings for Iguazu Falls. I HEART Iguazu Falls.