The waterfalls viewed from the Argentine side

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After our hike to the mosque we collected our bags from the hostel and hopped onto a bus to Argentina for dinner - how cool is it to be able to say that! Hey guys, I'm going to a different country for my tea! We had to wait at the Brazilian border for about 30mins for the next bus to come along. 30mins in no-man's land... where were we? who were we? for that brief half hour. I'm sure cleverer peeps than us could have some interesting philosophical debate about that but seriously we just wanted our dinner! Bring on food! Please?!

Once we'd found ourselves a bed for the night we headed into town to get ourselves some Parrilla - all you can eat grilled meat, chicken, sausage, black pudding with some salad on the side. Yum. Then a bit icky. Really should learn not to be greedy!

Next morning we took the bus to see the waterfalls again but this time from the Argentinian side. Again they were amazing with more walking available this time which was lovely in the sunshine. We tried to tell our fellow traveller Gavin that sunscreen would be a good idea but maybe he wanted the skin vesttop look... Hope it's gone down by now mate :-) As well as lots of water we also saw more butterflies (they seem to prefer the ladies on this side), lizards, raccoons and guinea pigs (not for dinner this time)
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