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Before an overnight bus (!) back to Salta. That was the plan but my news at the bus station at 10pm that night was that the bus was cancelled. Two day stop over it is then (and a lot of hassle rearranging things in pigeon spanish). There's not many English speakers in Resistencia and even fewer westerners. Sunny and warm climate though and an air conditioned room - luxury on this ...
Animals next door instead of in the roof – drunk selfish pigs woke me once shouting and singing and again at 3.30am puking.
Hence, scrapped the alarm and decide on the 10.20 bus to Brazil falls, giving time to check out before seeing what the other side had to offer. The bus was full and took ages to get through immigration and then there was over 300 pesos to fork out, over £15 for one trail ...
... is good for the fishermen,
who were already out in force, cranking up the BBQ’a and making a day of it. Back
towards the new port (still Colonial!) a number of BBQ beaches were warming up
too but nowhere open yet not even for a decent coffee.
Headed up the hill and luckily stumbled on a lovely little
tea shop with the best baked goodies and fair coffee – couldn’t resist the
dulce de leche cheesecake and a couple of cheese scones to go.
... worrying about this.
But at this border (unlike all the others we have crossed so far) you stamp out of Paraguay and into Argentina at the same place. There was no chance of flying past this border! It is super strict, as we have crossed into Argentina effortlessly from Brazil twice we can only presume that there is an issue with Paraguay. Our bags needed to be taken off the coach and put through the scanner. We ...
... can you tell we’re getting a little tired of back-to-back travel days? Thinking we had the plan in the bag, we bee-lined for the bus company desk once we arrived in Resistencia and were immediately, and fittingly, met with resistance. After consulting with five different companies it was clear, no seats were available heading west for at least two days. 'WTF?’ we thought to ourselves, until now the buses ...