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post Dec 17 2008, 01:03 AM
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How do you get from Lima, Peru to Brazil without going over Bolivia and Paraguay? I want to go from Lima, peru to South Brazil without transgresing Bolivia and Paraguay becuase of visa requirements by going through northern Argentina cutting accross the frontier with paraguay and then going straight to Brazil. Is this possible? Maybe going from Antofagasta to Salta then to resistencia then to the border with Brazil? How can I do it and are there buses that go that route or do I have to take a connection rides? Please be mindful that I need a visa also fro Brazil so how do I explain a roundtrip ticket when there are no direct journeys from lima to brazil going through northern Argentina? Do you have any ideas?

Thanks Andrew.
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