We learnt that it's actually bigger than Niagara, Niagara just has more water going over it.
We wandered around on these walkways built high up around the waterfalls.
We were chased by these amazing little things called coatis.
and these beautiful jays.
We were told by some other travellers at our hostel that we had to visit the part of the falls known as Garganta del Diablo (the devil's throat)
Up here the spray forms clouds that gradually descend on you every few minutes and generally soak you.
We decided to make full use of the park and go see if we could find any interesting animals. We managed to spot that toucan hiding up in the branches.
I was so happy when we managed to see a few more as this was Robert's birthday an it really made the park seem even more perfect.
Since it was Robert's birthday I decided to take him out to one of the nicer places in the little town/village of Puerto Iguazu.
Robert being the shy and retiring kind quickly informed the entire restaurant including the band it was his birthday which ended up with the band and staff singing Happy Birthday and presenting him with this AMAZING little cake.
We were already impressed by Argentina but I was really touched by the people's generosity and enthusiasm that night.
The next few days we took it pretty easy. We discovered this amazing old market.
Selling all the kinds of food we liked.
We needed that platter as after this we walked to the point where Paraguay, Brasil and Argentina meet.
I had already started falling for Argentina. But nothing could prepare me for where we ended up next.
Next stop, Esteros del Ibera, the wetlands.