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Chasing waterfalls

I've spent a fair few days in Foz de Iguazu in Brazil and I've spent 2 of those days enjoying the amazing Iguazu Falls - once on the Brazilian side and once on the Argentinian side. Now, there are much discussion of which side is the best one but I don't think that's a fair question to ask and here is why.

When I went to the Brazilian side it also happened to be pouring down with rain but in the end it didn't really matter as you get more or less soaked on this side anyways.

The Brazilian side consist of a fairly short walk along the river banks through the jungle to reach the main attraction; the Devil's throat. It gives some really nice viewing points of the smaller falls (there are 289 individual falls that create the Iguazu Falls so a fair few to catch).

But of course the main attraction is Devil's throat - an incredible fall! On this side there is a bridge that allows you to walk out half way through the falls and you have a chance to see it par…

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