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Livingstone in Brazil
Recommendations : 807 Recommend it!
Click to enlarge the pic So much water - Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls
Country Brazil
City or Region Foz de Iguacu
Travelling with Carsten
Travel date 27 Jun 2002
What you've been doing

I had salt as far as I can see in Uyuni and now it is water all around me.

I was standing in the spray of the amazing and beautiful Iguazu water falls. They are located on the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.

The main Falls are 72 meters height and stretch over a width of 2.7 kilometers. The number of different falls varies between 150 and 300 depending on how much water the Iguazu river carries.

The visit to the Brazilian side takes about 3.5 hours including the bus ride from down town Foz de Iguacu. Most people say that the Brazilian side is great to get a general impression of the Falls' dimensions and beauty and the Argentinian side is more spectacular. I will go to Argentina tomorrow. Then I will be able to tell you the whole story.

Toodaloo, Livingstone.

Added : 28 Jun 2002, 03:16:08 (UK time)
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