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Two Countries, One Waterfall – Iguaçu Falls

Argentinian Side

We arrived early in the morning to a small town called Puerto Iguaçu following our 17 hour bus ride from BA, although tired and hungry we decided to make the most of the day and head straight to Iguaçu Falls. 435 more words


Raindrops and rainbows - Iguazu Falls

Since we last wrote we’ve been lapping up the joys of Brazil, but before we share our carnival escapades, we need to cover Iguazu/Iguacu Falls. The reason for both spelling is that the falls are on both Argentinian and Brazilian side, and of course we visited both. 359 more words


Local Food on Guarani Roots

Every time I travel and visit my beloved Mesopotamia, memories suddenly appear like flowers blooming in spring. For those who don’t know much about me or my history yet, I can make a long story short: my mother is a teacher born in Patagonia and, my father was a marine from the northeast of Argentina. 936 more words


Traveling Iguazu Falls with Young Kids

Many travelers have emailed me recently asking about suitable destinations in Argentina for traveling with young children, which is not a very easy thing to do if you want to enjoy the authenticity of a destination in a safe way. 987 more words