There have been several places that I have had trouble describing in my time in South America so far, Iguazu Falls definitely fits on that list. We were up early to get the bus to the falls, to start with, on the Brazilian side. The plan was to see both sides in one day which is not really recommended but with the same issue of time, we didn’t really have a choice.
Bolivia ended in exactly the same way it had began, with chaos. We took a bus to the border town of Puerto Quijarro. We then had to purchase bus tickets from the border which would take us south through Brazil all the way to Sao Paulo. We attempted to buy these in Bolivia as there wasn’t a bus terminal on the Brazil side. Unfortunately we didn’t have enough money (Brazil is expensive) so we went in search of a cash machine. After walking the entire town and finding five empty ATMs we were at a bit of a loss of what to do, especially as it was Sunday.