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Cataratas Argentina

Mariposa … Cataratas Argentina

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IMG_0340.jpgToday I went to Cataratas the Iguacu Waterfalls in Argentina.
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The main different between the Argentina side and Brazil is that from Brazil you have a wider panorama view from Argentina you look down into the falls. Yesterday I was saying I don’t know how much water goes down every second now I know it, around 13 000cu per second that a lot. You heard the sound and feel the mist it is impressive just have a look to the picture and enjoy the water.
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On the way back I decide not to use the small train that brings you to the falls I walk back and I enjoy the walk with the Mariposas, never walk some kilometers with so many Mariposas (Butterflies) and it is a difficult to describe the feeling. Mariposas was around where I was looking and I felled like covered, that a feeling of happiness and complied
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I enjoyed my walk and day. That’s a must to do.

On the end some remarks, I was thinking there should be not much different between the Brazilin and Argentine side from a country perspective. But is it was the Argentine side is very specific compared to the brazilin yep also how both country handle their border. The brazilin basically don’t care how is coming or leaving on the Argentine side you need to get stamped when you arrive and leave.

I had a very nice day and I am now on my way with the night bus to Florianopolis.
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The beach is waiting.

Posted by ChrisPTY 10:03 Archived in Argentina

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