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... a little more. *Corumba- After the first 20 hr bus ride, we arrive at the border town of Brazil & Bolivia. We get off the bus at night, with no hostel booked. We spot an English couple as we get off, who we have a chat with. Then a dirty homeless man with only 2 or 3 teeth greets us and offers to direct us to a hostel. He speaks perfect English. We can't believe it. We have no wifi and not many other ideas, so decide to give him a chance. He is a Greek guy, and ...
... good and bad). Better food, proper local spicy meat stews, and more street stalls, fried empanadas, ice creams, fresh fruit juices. All smelly and delicious. There are some fantastic costumes around too. Mostly the women. They wear these really full pleated skirts, which sway as they walk, and thick tights. Their long black hair is braided into two long plaits with large black or wicker ornaments hanging off the ends of them, topped off with ...
... girls who rarely saw foreigners. Needless to say the next half an hour consisted of us dodging gaggles of young, beautiful Bolivians begging for our numbers... and sometimes stopping and obliging. I sadly only took photos of our last day from the mirador in the city (I became pretty poor at taking photos throughout Bolivia, luckily there wasn't always much to see). After a couple of nights here we hopped on a cheap 30 minute flight that would take us DOWN in altitude from 4000m to ...
... in my hair. I turned to look if there was a toilet and quickly turned back. That would be the last time my eyes looked to the rear of the bus. For there, nestled in the corner like a creepy uncle ejected from a party, was a black hole of terror. A broken door, a wafting odour and crowded gangway convinced that however badly I needed to go during this trip; it could wait!
We pulled out of the terminal at 8PM sharp. A good start I think to myself. I´m quickly regretting ...
So the bus journey was truly awful/surreal. We woke up at about 1.30am at an absolute standstill. There were lorries and cars just stopped on either side of the road. We never worked out why but we were stuck pretty much for 3-4 hours! For a lot of the time we were stuck next to a cattle truck as well so the smell of cows was very strong! On top of that we had clearly reached the more jungle area as it was starting to get so hot! I changed out of my ...
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