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... far anyway. I bought a ticket on Andesmar.com, but apparently that doesn’t mean that my bus company is Andesmar, it’s Chevalier. This took me about ten minutes to find out, so then I was looking for the bus stand for Chevalier. It turns out there are 15 possible spots they can park in, so that’s awesome.
All the bus arrivals and departures show up on the monitors, but you have to be standing in the ...
... shopping in the local produce markets. Everything is so cheap, we got 8 avocados for 20pesos which is about £1.50. Had lunch in town, experienced some language barrier issues when it came to paying which meant we over paid but we could have been there all day arguing with hand gestures (which wasn't getting us anywhere).
Back on the truck and driving to ...
... only way to travel.
So… Bussey bussey bus bus. Its very hard not to talk about them I’m afraid. Ill keep it brief though. The border crossing from Bolivia to Argentina was easy. We walked through on foot with only the slightest of nods from the guard, while all around us, anyone with a slight tan was immediately pulled to one side and their bag emptied on to a table and examined with a fine toothed comb. We ambled our way ...
... say was "yes, getting a ferry is a better idea!"
But all is well as I am checked in and am so super early I'm waiting for the baggage drop to open, terrified the whole time a mugger will jump out in the airport and steal my passport. Unlikely but still a very real fear for me.
I am incredibly prepared having packed everything from cable ties to water purifying tablets, various padlocks of differing sizes to the number and address of the British and ...
... exhibition on as well which was an added bonus, and amongst the collection we also saw some philosophical works which it was suggested were catalytic in Argentina actively seeking its independence from Spain.
Next door was the Colegio Monserrat which has its own guided tours, but our guide briefly explained that it is one of the oldest and most prestigious schools in the country, and is celebrating its 400th ...