Deep within South America, in the northeastern arm of Argentina that forces its way between Brazil and Paraguay, Iguazú National Park teems with life. Jaguars, howler monkeys, ocelots, countless birds and more than 2,000 vascular plants thrive in the park’s 212 square miles. But the main draw, by far, is the 275 cascades that compose Iguazú Falls. Wider than Africa’s Victoria Falls and higher than Niagara, Iguazú attracts about one million visitors per year. When I first saw this natural wonder of the world, the adjectives to describe it couldn’t come fast enough: awe-inspiring, beguiling, tremendous, exotic, enchanting. Clearly, I had just arrived at the most beautiful waterfall I’ve ever seen. Read more >
September 29, 2013 at 12:11 pm
I promise I won’t misbehave again if you take me with you the next time? That would be a very good post!
In the meantime, I’ll make do with your gorgeous writing…and not mind that you have more readers than I do.
September 30, 2013 at 4:20 pm
You? Misbehave? Never.
Thanks for the compliment! I’ll throw some readers your way.