Sunday, November 09, 2008

Parque Nacional Iguazu...



Yes, I need to skip a few days of travel adventure to let you know about today. I will have to catch up with the previous days in the next update.

Ok, pictures and videos do not do justice to this place. Phenomenal is a meager and underated attempt to describe it. Iguazu (pronunced Ig wa zu, with the emphasis on the zu)is sixty-seven hectacres of land. I swear we walked all of it today but our tour guide Miryam Aquilear says we only covered five. BTW, I had to buy a new camera. Details will follow in another blog. I am just learning how to use it but I think this one turned out ok. And here are a few pictures of how gorgeous it is. I will attempt to upload the video separately. Cross your fingers.

Also there is a rumor I danced with a gaucho. At this point, I say "no comment." There is no evidence to substantiate this claim.

5 comments:

Frank said...

Fantastic pictures. It's looks like you are learning the new camera well. Danced with a gaucho, eh? Hmmm. Let's hope the proof shows up on YouTube so we can substantiate the rumors. After 14 hours on the bus I'm surprised you have any energy. Keep up the great blogs.

Anna said...

Thanks. I believe youtube will show nothing. Just finished a great dinner and we are off to the Mines and/or Jesuit missiones. Habla espanol? Nur ein bischen.

becktronbexbecky said...

That's gorgeous! I want to know what happened to your Maria Sharapova-approved camera!

Anna said...

My Maria Sharapova camera was so happy to be in Marienthal, Argentina that it jumped out of my hands and landed on the concrete. I save the C-card, but you may have noticed I haven't posted any pictures from the village yet. I may be able to do it from home. You should have seen me negotiate my latest photographic purchase in Spanish. Too much to tell in one blog. You would love it here. You could be my translator.

Ashley Bartkowski said...

overwhelming!