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Poem: Remembering Copake at Iguaçu

When I was young I saw a waterfall

A single stream into a crystal pool
For twenty feet or more
There in the water childlike lovers play… 52 more words

Louis William Rose

Fighting the Flu at Iguazu

Travis and I arrived to Iguazu Falls intending to only spend two days there and then quickly make our way up to the Patanal. Unfortunately, the flu slowed us down so we spent a few unanticipated days recovering in bed. 409 more words


On a South American Wonder

Water is the driving force of all nature. (Leonardo da Vinci)

I love the sounds and the power of pounding water, whether it is the waves or a waterfall.

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Exploring Series

Three weeks in Brazil – Part 1

Before I started researching for South America, I could only name one Brazilian city. After the World Cup, I could name seven. After three weeks in Brazil, I have lost count the number of cities I have visited. 526 more words


Nature's Wonders

Tomorrow I will be boarding an airplane back to California! It is unbelievable how fast this semester has gone by. I will miss this place and the people I have met here very much, but I am ready to return home to reality. 797 more words


Day 160- Travel Plans

Today, I relaxed at home. I got Administratored for an hour or so, where she said some pretty disagreeable things about people with speech defects and differing dialects than her own. 165 more words

Daily Log

Brazil vs Argentina: The Iguaçu Falls

We left Brazil the scenic way – through the Iguaçu Falls into Argentina. The Cataratas (falls) are formed by the Rio Iguaçu, which thunders into a massive 80 metre crevasse dividing the two countries – creating one of the world’s natural wonders. 1,417 more words

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