A small train took visitors through the jungle to a trail to the Devil´s Throat. This section of Iguazu Falls is comparable to Niagara Falls in Canada, but is just a part of the world´s largest waterfall system. The trail soon became a series of metal walkways spanning river waters and leading ever closer to the towering mists and tremendous roar at the very mouth of the Devil´s Throat. At the end, we found ourselves on a metal platform precariously close to this incredible spectacle, buffeted by winds and water from the maelstrom below. What a beginning!
I lived in British Columbia, Canada´s western province, for most of my life. I was a teacher, and a college employee (various roles - instruction, recruitment, promotion, counselling, research), before re-inventing myself as an innkeeper. I designed and had built my B&B inn in Revelstoke, which I operated for nine years. At age 60, my wife and I retired to Uruguay, where we have lived for more than a decade. Innside Stories is my first published book. I have extensive writing experience in Canada, and in Uruguay, I wrote 75 articles for a now defunct online magazine called Ola Uruguay. We live in Villa Argentina, a suburb of Atlántida, on the coast of Uruguay. We have five dogs.