Iguazu Falls straddle Brazil and Argentina with 80% falling within Argentina. If you go then you need to see the falls from both countries.
Both countries run a pretty efficient operation in order to get the tourists in and around the various viewing platforms. In Argentina's case this is probably because it is the no. 1 tourist destination.
Water flow is 1750 cubic metres per second up to 39000 cubic metres if there is particularly heavy rainfall.
Not just water here either. This coati raided the litter bins for food. The way he climbed in suggested that this was a regular party trick.
These animals walk on the footpaths hoping to find someone willing to give them food.
This gorgeous bird (plush crested jay) is also a great scavenger and hang around the cafes hoping for titbits.
This one struck lucky with an empty crisp packet.
We have had a splendid few days here and its been a great ending to a fabulous trip. Tomorrow we go back to Buenos Aires and a farewell dinner and Tango night and then its back home.
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