By Anna Fitzpatrick, Contributing Reporter
PARANA, BRAZIL - The thunderous sounds of thousands of liters of water, roaring furiously over the jagged rock edges, fringed as far as the eye can see with a rainforest jungle means you have arrived at Iguaçu Falls. "Big Water" in Tupi or Guarani (the native Indian languages of the area), the Iguaçu Falls lie on the border between Paraná state in Brazil and Argentina, and is more incredible the closer you get.
A spectacular place to spend . . .