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Buenos Aires Free Walking Tour

Free Walking Tour Buenos Aires

It was Good Friday in Buenos Aires and we had arrived the day before on an overnight bus from the Iguazu Falls.  The sun was shining and we couldn’t wait to explore this city that we had heard so much about from other travellers.   Astonishingly, we found a Free Walking Tour that was happening, even on one of the most important religious holidays! After walking...

Where we were attacked by wild dogs

Attacked by Wild Dogs in Argentina

Who would have thought we would be attacked by wild dogs in Argentina! Dealing with wild dogs had not been included in our top #101 rules of travelling in safety: no night time buses no arriving into bus stations after midnight no plans on how we were going to get to our accommodation Mendoza, Argentina was beckoning us.  We enjoy wine tasting and as we were in...

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls Aventura Nautica Boat Ride

The Iguazu Falls Aventura Nautica (Nautical Adventure) speed boat ride starts and finishes at the bottom of the Lower Circuit trail.  To get to the start of the ride you will walk over 150 metres of steep stairs heading down towards the river. If you like the adrenaline rush and being soaked at the same time this is the ride for you. It was a busy morning at the...

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls – Have You Been?

Iguazu Falls Day 2 and we are up early and at the bus station for our 20 minute ride back to the Falls.  We had yesterday’s tickets stamped so were we allowed to enter  for 50% of the full price.  Remembering yesterdays queues we wanted to ensure that we got to see the rest of the park before it became too crowded.     Iguazu Falls Train – Great...

Argentina Puerto Iguassu Falls Park Visit Day 2

Our Visit to Iguazu Falls Argentina

Iguazu Falls in Argentina borders the countries of Brazil and Paraguay.  The Iguazu Falls divide the Iguazu River into two levels – the upper and the lower.  The word Iguazu comes from two words meaning ‘big and water’.  There are over 275 waterfalls ranging from a height of 269 feet to 197 feet, the average being 210 feet.  In 2011 Iguazu Falls...

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