Iguazu falls,


So we did a couple of really long bus journeys, 38 hours to Buenos Aires and 28 hours more to Puerto Iguazu to position us for a day out at the biggest waterfalls in South America.


This also took us from 4 degrees and windy to 35 degrees and baking hot. Suddenly more than half the clothes we are carrying are superfluous and we will be buying sun cream every day.


The park was a really good day. Incredibly hot, but actually was a whole day of fun. Different circuits to walk around, plus monkeys and coaties just hanging out.



And a couple of mid afternoon rainbows


And this is the famous devil’s throat, one of the widest drops in the world



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