When we arrived in Iguazu our first initial thought were that is was hot and humid. This was even with clouds in the sky. After checking into our new place we headed out in search of some food and to retrieve my contact lenses that I had managed to leave on the bus. Yes I am still as scatty as ever! We then made sure we knew how we would get to the falls the following day before enjoying the happy hour at the hostel and catching up with Casper, a guy we had met in Chile.
After a slow start we eventually got to the bus station and arrived at the falls around midday. Thankfully we had no rain and the clouds were starting to thin so we knew we were in for a good day! I was particuarly excited about seeing the spectacle that is Iguazu falls, a waterfall system of 275 falls, 2.7km long and 82m in height, a definate breathtaker! Im sure we would all agree that we had a fantastic day taking in the falls from different angles, walking along the walkways looking at the nature too as well as stopping numerous times for Ash to take photographs. The birds and butterfiles within the park were beautful and made the place feel abit more natural.
The best part we definately saved until last when we caught the train to Devils throat which is a U shaped 82m high, 150m wide and 700m fall which is terrifying when you think about getting caught up in it. We all got pretty wet as we had earlier in the day when we got close but it was all good fun. We caught the last train at 5.30pm back to the park entrance then joined the rush back to the bus stop to cath the bus back into town. Another great day with fantastic weather, laughter and lots of photographs to cherise. We will miss Argentina.