An Ionian seaside town, Avola is a mix of old and new. The town focuses heavily on the sea, with its history as a tuna fishing port. Today, the remains of the Vecchia Tonnara at the wharf are a stone backdrop to the sandy beaches. Avola dates back to a pre-Greek people called the Sicani.…
South America is wild, diverse, strong, challenging, mesmerizing and musical. You can use all of these same attributes for the Falls of Iguazu. Why?
The Falls of Iguazu are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. They are the largest waterfalls system in the world producing huge amount of energy for the Itaipú hydroelectric plant.
My friends and I got there by local bus that drove us from Buenos Aires.
We visited both the argentinian and brasilian side of the national park and the point where these two countries meet with Paraguay as well, the so-called Triple Frontier.