Falling for Iguassu
It’s the second leg of my South American tour, and in front of me thousands of tonnes of water are crashing noisily over the side of an 82-metre cliff.
This is the Iguassu National Park – home to over 1,850 square kilometres of Unesco-listed rainforest, a waterfall more impressive than Niagara, and plenty of pumas, jaguars, giant otters and anteaters.
I still can’t believe I’m seeing this. It’s certainly the most incredible experience I can think of. I knew I