We spent today at the Iguaçu (Iguazu to you Spanish speakers) falls which it´s difficult to describe, absolutlely shed loads of water falling of a lot of cliffs would be the basics but it´s definitely the most amazing natural sight I´ve ever seen (we´re having problems uploading photos at the moment as the internent connections are pretty slow but be prepared for mucho photos). We´re actually planning to go back as we visited today from the Brazilian side and we will go back in a couple of days from the Argentinian side.
We´re staying at a really nice hostel, which is a bit off the beaten track but very peaceful and we´ve extended our stay here. Planning on a lazy day tomorrow, falls on Friday and then heading down into Uruguay, not sure yet where we´re going to go but hopefully some of the smaller towns as we´ve generally been to mainly tourist destinations so far and we´re keen to get off the beaten track although this makes travelling a little more complicated.
The outrage in the Brazilian press over the robbery at Wembley on Sunday has finally begun to subside although it has been widely reported that Man U have only ever won any trophies as a result of referees biased decisions, yet again Villa are the victims, almost as bad as that Sheffield Wednesday game in 1993 when the ref just kept playing until they´d scored, if it wasn´t for that Villa´d be multiple champions and in $1,000,000bn of debt or whatever it is... well that´s what the papers over here say anyway.
ps steve bought three wife beaters today