March 11, 2004

Foz de Iguazo

Janet and I parted ways with our fave traveling companion and flew down to Foz, the worlds largest (by volume or some such measure) set of falls in the world - larger than Victoria or Niagra.

We hit the Argentinian side first, which allows the tourista to get very close to 80% of the 200-plus waterfalls. We climbed to "devil's throat" first, easily the most dramatic with 13,000 cubic meters of water plunging 200+ meters:

The upper and lower falls were also pretty impressive - and still photos really don't do the awesome power of these puppies justice (the boatride that took us right to the base of them did a decent job though):

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