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people can usually walk on this footbridge...  

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Iguacu Falls like you've never seen them before!

June 9th 2014
I usually like to follow a chronological order when I write about my traveling but when describing our experience at Foz de Iguacu, one of the New Natural Seven Wonders of the World, I have to start by telling you about the flooding and how the torrential rains made our trip to Iguacu Falls a unique, quasi supernatural experience! So you’ll have to wait to read about the 1100 kilometers my paren ... read more
South America » Brazil » Paraná » Foz do Iguaçu

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25th October 2014

Having taken many photos of the falls from that platform. This really puts the scale of the extra water in perspective! Incredible.
27th October 2014

Dear Ali, Crazy sight it is!
I can't wait to go back in a few years and take photos from the same spots. Where are you based, Ali? I was looking at your blog entries (incredible!) just a few days ago but realized you hadn't published on TB in a while.

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