Sunday, July 15th - Monday, July 16th The town of Ciudad del Este is a frontier town where a lot of smuggling and goods are sold, this is also the point of entry for guns entering Brazil. This made the town the best place for us to get parts changed on our bikes, I ended up buying some tires and a chain kit. We luckily had Gordines, a member of Abutre's MC who took us around and even brought us to his favorite burger joint ($2). After a bit of organizing and repairs, we were ready to hit Iguazu Falls tomorrow. A different kind of relaxation. The falls were amazing, from the animals to the beautiful landscapes. The Iguazu falls are located in the center of three countries Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, but to really see the falls you want to go through the Argentine side since they offer you a better view of the falls, access to a bigger park, and more waterfalls as well. In the park, the walks to reach each landmark were long, but the monkeys and coatimundi gave me something to shoot as I polished my photography skills. After a lot of exploring, we left the park, but not before seeing signs warning us to not drive less than 60 kph. Pumas & jaguars lurked in the forest en route to the park. We sped off. We didn’t want to risk being an animal’s next meal. We were able to get more of those $2 burgers, and in the process I almost got arrested after running to the currency exchange before they closed. The cops there were overzealous, yelling at me for being a foreigner and even pulling a gun at one point. I got out of there before I became the star of an episode of Locked Up Abroad.