The 44 hours total of bus travel was well worth it to see the cataracts at Iguazu National Park, which stretch 2.7 km across the border of Argentina, Brasil, and Paraguay. In its entirety, the falls at Iguazu are twice the height and twice the width of Niagara (sorry North America). To be completely honest, these photos don't do this world wonder any justice. There's really no way to depict the fresh smell of the water and the crispness of the air, let alone fit the entire length of the falls in one photo. By far the most amazing experience was going right up to the falls by boat. Bonnie, Thomas and I were left completely soaked, but the several seconds where we could open our eyes before they filled with water to look directly up at the water pouring down on us was an experience I won't soon forget.