After a great first day on the Inca Jungle Trail we were looking very forward to the remaining three days! We had two long treks ahead of us, and then of course, the world famous Machu Picchu. Read on to find out about the treks on day two and three and our thoughts on the Reserve Cusco Agency.
Yes I know, it is slightly (very) belated but I have finally gotten around to writing about our time in the Pantanal. There is so much to write about, I have decided to split into three posts, one for each of the days we were there. Read on to find out a bit more about Ecological Expeditions Pantanal Tours, the company we booked with, as well as the Jeep Safari, Boat Ride, and Night Safari.
After a 15 hour bus journey from Sao Paulo, we were hoping Foz Do Iguacu would live up to our expectations. In case you don’t already know, the Iguacu falls is a series of over 275 gigantic waterfalls that lie on the borders of Brazil and Argentina covering an area over 3km wide making the Iguacu falls wider than Niagara!
When I’m away, I plan on taking a lot of photos, and I mean a lot! I will only be stopped by a bursting memory card or a dwindling battery. This could be a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I want to make sure that nothing is forgotten.
Now, this poses a problem. Even the biggest memory cards can only hold so many pics, so I need a way of storing the mass of photos I will be taking somewhere else. There are a number of options available that I will outline below: