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Hi Hostel paudimar
after a night bus of 10 hours from curitiba i arrived very early in the rodoviario in foz, because it was about 5 in the morning i stayed at the rodoviario for some hours, there they had a good describsion about how to get to the hostel paudimar, i had to take a bus and then change in a changing busstation to get there, on the second bus i saw others with backpags a group of italian travelers, together we found that hostel (hostel paudimar is one of the best, friendliest and helpful HI hostel all over brazil!) we got a very nice room with a huge shower (i still remember!) the italian girls went stright to the falls, i slept a bit and went in the afternoon on my own. it was very easy to get to by public bus and the whole park was very well organised so you don't get lost at all, i think it cost me 20r$ to get in and i remember just about 4r$ if i'd been brazilian! in the park you get on another bus that drives you around in that beautiful forest, i went out to walk the last bit on pathways next to the river, the countryside blows your mind! the closer you get to the fall the more impressing it gets! you can go on boat trips there but i did that in argentina.
way to the falls

on the pathway you see many animals, lots of butterflys and gekos everywhere!
then after about an hour i reached the falls, or the main view of the falls, just beautiful!
i guess i was the only one who was there alone all around me freshly married couples or old couples who celebrate the 50th anniverserie, that felt a bit weird!

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Hi Hostel paudimar
Hi Hostel paudimar
way to the falls
way to the falls
on the brasilian side
on the brasilian side
touristic view
touristic view
view down
view down
view from the brasilian side
view from the brasilian side
Foz do Iguacu
photo by: joesu