Parque nacional de Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

Published: November 16th 2010
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The other part of the falls. In Argentina, the park is much more bigger the in Brasil, so you can walk a lot and (if you are making a big effort) you can be sometimes even alone in some places, enjoying the falls and making photos without the presence of thousands of turists (this is totally impossible on the Brasilian side). The park offers a closer look on the falls, you can go very close to the San Martin waterfall and to the Garganta del Diablo which is breathtaking with the amount of water and all the noise !

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arrived to Puerto Iguazuarrived to Puerto Iguazu
arrived to Puerto Iguazu

now I have to look for some accommodation
my hostelmy hostel
my hostel

after asking around the Terminal and discovering the expensive prices, I decided to walk few blocks from the center and dicovered this hostel for half price...
self-prepared the dinnerself-prepared the dinner
self-prepared the dinner

yeah, in Argentina the "milanesa" is obligatory
in the morningin the morning
in the morning

leaving for the falls
swamps aroundswamps around
swamps around

(they say nice some unique and big reptiles are living there and can be observed, but I didn't see anything ;)
climbing to the miradorclimbing to the mirador
climbing to the mirador

(but it was closed)
the old hotelthe old hotel
the old hotel

now there are others, more luxury ones

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