Well here it is!! I kinda already talked about the Iguazu trip before so this will post will be mainly pictures…
Woke up to the sunrise after a long bus ride (15 hours maybe? I don’t remember now) to loud, obnoxious ’80s music. Also the bus driver had opened the door to the outside and our bus was infiltrated with mosquitos. Lovely.
We had stopped at San Ignacio Mini, a site of Jesuit mission ruins of the Guaraní indigenous peoples
That afternoon we went to an estancia and had an asado, swam in the pool and relaxed in hammocks!:
We finally checked into our hotel that night, after another bus ride that took a lot longer than it was supposed to. Apparently there was a strike and the streets were blocked on the road, but I’m not sure if that’s true. It could have been an accident too. I think it took 3 hours (or was supposed to take 3 hours). We were late for dinner at our hotel but excited to sleep and go to the falls the next day!
So it rained. A lot. All morning. Even though it looks really bright and sunny in this picture, it wasn’t until the afternoon when we were leaving. Luckily I carry a poncho with me around everywhere, so I finally got to use it! Kidding, I don’t carry it everywhere…but I have had it for a long time now
Argentine side. “Argentina is the stage, Brazil has the seats.” It would cost me $131 dollars to get into Brasil
The boat in the above picture is the boat I was on in the pictures below!
That’s the end of Day 2!
Ready to go to the Guaraní village
Really cool experience- he showed us animal traps they used to use for hunting. They don’t hunt anymore but they still teach it to the children. There is a bilingual school there too- Guaraní and Spanish.