Our last stop in Brazil was Foz do Iguaçu, home to part of Iguaçu Falls/Iguazú Falls, which has a flow capacity equal to three times that of Niagara Falls. “Garganta del Diablo,” the highest part of the falls, reaches 318 feet — it’s on the Argentinian side, which we visited the day after.
It was breathtaking.
My only regret is that we didn’t plan for enough time for the falls and weren’t able to take a boat ride underneath. Next time.
On the bus from the city to the Iguaçu National Park, we ran into Scott and Kerry, a couple from Florida traveling through South America that we met at our hostel in Rio. It was just one of those crazy coincidences, and we ended up exploring the park together.
And rainbows. Plenty of rainbows.