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Different Perspectives

The Iguassu (or Iguacu) falls are a must visit if you’re in South America. Daunting torrents of water cascading over large drops and allowing a pleasant mist to cool you off during a hot Argentinian/Brazilian day. 332 more words

Nature

Demoiselle Crane

Gruiformes

Place: Iguaçu Bird Park, Brazil
Date: 23 April 2014.



The sound of the demoiselle crane (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Oscar Campbell) 26 more words

Xeno-Canto

Blue-and-yellow Macaw

Psittaciformes

Place: Iguaçu Bird Park, Brazil
Dates: 23 April 2014.



The sound of the blue-and-yellow macaw (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Fernando Igor de Godoy) 40 more words

Xeno-Canto

The Andes, Iguazu and La Ley: what more could you want?

Recently I had the chance to travel to South America – mostly to Brazil, so that was great for my Portuguese, and to a lesser extent in the Spanish-speaking part: Chile and Argentina, to take in the Argentinian side of the Iguazu Falls (Iguaçu in Portuguese), which, let me tell you, are spectacular. 162 more words

All Five Romances

Argentinian Side - Iguacu Falls

We had booked our Argentinian side day trip through a tour company as it is hassle free and cheaper to do it this way compared to doing it by yourself. 227 more words

Iguacu Falls Brazil And Argentina

Brazilian Side - Iguacu Falls

After getting the tickets at the entrance, the tour starts with a double decker open air bus ride which took us to the exact area of the falls which is otherwise a few kilometres away from the entrance. 245 more words

Iguacu Falls Brazil And Argentina

Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu falls (or Iguaçu Falls) are a spectacular site situated on the border of Argentina and Brazil. They are the largest waterfall system in the world, consisting of 275 falls with heights of upto 82m. 398 more words

Brazil