For those who don't know, Iguazu Falls is a big waterfall located at the border intersection of Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. Both Brazil and Argentina claim some part of the falls, but the more impressive part is on the Argentina side, thus the hoards of tourists coming here to see it. On the Argentina side there's a small town called Puerto Iguazu that exists (and probably was created) just for tourism. On the Brazil side (which is only 20 minutes away by bus), there lies a bigger town called Foz de Iguacu. This town is not very touristy, it's bigger and seemed more industrial to me (I think they had a water energy plant there.)
After freezing our asses off in Patagonia (and feeling sorry for the locals in Punta Arena that call "warm weather" the 50 degrees they get in summertime), we jetsat (I just made up that word, I think) to Santiago de Chile, then Buenos Aires, then Iguazu - jumping over half of the South American Continent and over 30 degrees Fahrenheit. On January 3rd, we were comfortably chilling by the pool at our hostel in Iguazu and feeling that life was really good to us.