On day 2 we took the long drive over to the Argentinian side, a big difference from the leisurely stroll across the Victoria Falls bridge which spans the two African countries. But the journey, and the long queue for the shuttle train to the Falls, was more than worthwhile. From this side of the river the marvellous man-made trails and viewing platforms gave us an awesome view of the Devil's Throat and many of the associated Falls, such that at the end of the day we had to agree that Iguasu was now our number 1 spectacle, and Victoria Falls number 2. And we had to agree with the late U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt who was reportedly so impressed with Iguasu that she said "Poor Niagara."
|The Devil's Throat|