The day started slowly and after midday due to the late night the previous day. After a little while faffing around with pingpong and on the internet we decided to use the afternoon to go and see the Brazilian side of the falls. The sun had finally come out and accompanied by Ollie and Sam we headed over to the Brazilian side. After what seemed like the 100th Brazilian stamp on our passports we got to the falls. Our expectations were low as most people had said that the Argentinian side blows the Brazilian side away. We were pleasantly surprised as the views on this side were absolutely stunning and the board walk took you right to the very edge so you were looking down the falls directly. The blog picture although I didn't take it is from the Brazilian side and the rainbow was there when we were too. It was amazing as it wasn't just a semicircle it went right over the edge of the falls to form three quarters of a circle! After wandering for a couple of hours we headed back for a BBQ at the hostel and our last night in Argentina. The food was good and then we were treated to some traditional Brazilian dancing including crowd participation by Ollie who was taught to shake his behind like a Brazilian woman, most amusing! Sam and I then took on Ollie and Rory in a triathlon of ping pong, table football and pool, which we won a resounding 3-0! I then beat Rory and Ollie at chess after a marathon stalemate against Ollie.
The next day consisted of preparing to ship out to Curitiba and saying goodbye to the lads as we headed our different ways! Needless to say there was some ping pong and pool involved too