Lo and behold... The Iguazu Falls.
Funny thing is prior to Brazil, I had no idea what Iguazu Falls is. Rob was like, "Hey, let's go to Iguazu Falls when we are in Brazil." I gave him a blank look. He said, "YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IGUAZU FALLS IS?" "Nope," I said. Then I googled it and got excited.
Uh... Who doesn't get excited to see this amazing nature creation? Pictures can not describe it... It's crazy.
Posing with the local animal, the Quatis... They are like a hybrid of racoon and anteater and a mouse? They are sneaky and love food.
The park is ginormous but good thing they have bus rides (must pay) that take you to the main areas and you just walk around the path to see the falls. We walked and enjoyed the view until we hit the Devil's Throat. Literally a HUGE hole where the water just pours out madly. Prior to entering the bridge, there were locals selling ponchos. Rob & I were like, "Eff this... let's do this and get wet!!!" And hell yeah (no pun intended) we were WET WET WET.
Then we both decided to take the boat tour... and it was FREAKIN' AWESOME. We were the last boat tour of the day and the guides when HAM on us. They took us TWICE under the falls and boy we got super duper wet! Our group had a blast.
So totally in the end we were soaking wet. But it was worth it. Especially when we saw this little butterfly hanging out on the fence pole. Just being pretty. Of course, posing with the rainbow behind it.
If you ever get a chance to hit Brazil, I do recommend making a stop at Iguazu Falls.
Nature is the ultimate MILF, says a friend of mine.