Lots of these animals called coatis in Iquasu National Park. This is the train that took us to the Argentina side of the falls.
The views from the Argentina side were just as impressive as from the Brazil side.
We saw a number of these birds on the trails near the falls.
Buenos Aires had a European feel. This is the Casa Rosada, the presidential palace, in Plaza de Mayo.
We went to a tango competition while in the city that was quite enjoyable.
There is a ferry from Buenos Aires to Uruguay so we went over for a day trip. We had a nice lunch at the building on the right.
Since it was winter in Argentina, there was no green on the vines but the scenery was still spectacular.
Wine tasting on the patio at one of the 4 wineries we visited on our tour. We were accompanied by a father and son from Brazil.
Plaza de Armas, a large square not far from our apartment.
Just getting off the plane.
Rano Raraku, the quarry where the statues (moai) were cut from rock. Almost 400 are still
at this site.
Ahu Akivi. All the moai were knocked over during the wars between the local tribes in
the 18th century. Only a few have been restored.
This is Ahu Tongariki, the largest restored shrine on the island (with one extra moai)!
Also at Ahu Tongariki, this shows how huge some of the moai were.
Ahu Tahai, which was near where we were staying in the village, was one of the few with restored eyes.