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Old 12-28-2019, 07:38 PM #31
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Thatís some beautiful country! I would love to go there and do some fishing and kayaking.

The Hilux trucks are amazing!
Rafting, Kayaking and fishing--- all possible! Off-roading goes without saying!! I loved the Hilux!!! I believe it was a 2017--- with none of the electronic junk in the vehicles here in N. America-- much like my 98' 4R!
It's too bad Toyota didn't import these trucks to N. America, but I suspect Toyota didn't want to go through the difficulty of getting the Turbo diesel through our emission standards. It appears their market research believes the N. American market demands larger displacements and larger vehicles..??
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another stop.. Iguazu Falls

... After Salta Argentina, we flew into Puerto Iguazu to take in the largest Falls in the world Iguazu Falls (or if you're in Brazil, Iguacu)











In this pic, we are standing in Argentina, Brazil is to the top right and Paraguay is to the left....




We stayed on the Argentinian side for a few days and then took a taxi across to the Brazilian side and stayed a few more days... now from the Brazilian side...






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I'll dig up some pics of Rio, our last stop, last Fall... I sincerely hope I don't cause anyone to suffer travel withdrawal.... we were hoping to travel to the Middle East about now, but the COVID catastrophe has certainly put paid to any hope, in this respect... hopefully till this time next year, but probably 2022.
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I'll dig up some pics of Rio, our last stop, last Fall... I sincerely hope I don't cause anyone to suffer travel withdrawal.... we were hoping to travel to the Middle East about now, but the COVID catastrophe has certainly put paid to any hope, in this respect... hopefully till this time next year, but probably 2022.
You absolutely aggravated my travel withdrawal! Awesome pics and awesome trip. Yeah, those Hiluxes are great. I drove one for 10 days down in Nicaragua a few years ago and loved it.

Here's to hoping we can travel again soon. We had to postpone a long-planned trip to East Africa in 2020 and are still hoping we can do it in 2021.
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You absolutely aggravated my travel withdrawal! Awesome pics and awesome trip. Yeah, those Hiluxes are great. I drove one for 10 days down in Nicaragua a few years ago and loved it.

Here's to hoping we can travel again soon. We had to postpone a long-planned trip to East Africa in 2020 and are still hoping we can do it in 2021.
Sorry about aggravating your travel withdrawal! My Wife is getting increasingly hard to live with without the ability to travel!! Now that there may be light at the end of the tunnel, she's looking at Greece AND the Middle East.... 2021...2022... who knows!? She threatened to jump on a plane and head to the UK (she's British) to get vaccinated, as the UK just approved it!!
East Africa sounds great, a former co-worker spent 2 weeks in Tanzania at the same time we were in South America and they had an awesome time!
We spent 3.5 weeks in Nicaragua in 2017 and it was really great! I really feel for their ordeal with the Hurricane that just swept onto the coast there, as we spent time on the East Coast... If you liked Nicaragua, you would love South America---Chile was incredible, Brazil spectacular but we fell in love with Argentina...
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Wow dude, looks like such a stunning trip - The peaks, the high dessert, the windy gravel roads, and the culture. I need to get down there. Trip of a lifetime!! Also jealous of your seat time in the D4D Hilux as well ;)
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