Hosteria del Puerto
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... by and not stop. This is when real panic set in. The only thing keeping us some what calm was the fact that nothing in South America is on time. A few minutes later this weird car pulls up on the other side of the highway; I think it's fair to say we were both a little creeped out. At 11 we decided that Joss should go talk to the highway control guys. We hoped they could call the bus company to make sure they were still coming for ...
Breakfast was a couple of tiny muffins and one cup of good
coffee – happily had some butter & jam snaffled from previous places and a
roll from dinner so didn’t starve. Had another coffee at the bus station but
was awful and not cheap.
The weather got significantly sunnier and warmer as we
headed north for 5 hours through huge swathes of grassy bogs criss-crossed by
rivulets and ...
... was polite but firm and dedicated to finding fault. He hit gold when he asked Jim for the national insurance policy for the vehicle. This is usually bought at the border when entering a country, but none had been offered at Bolivia-Argentina. A fine was awarded and paid, and may have found its way to the national coffers. Undeterred we drove on and hunkered down at Villaguay to get out of the heat at a gas station. We then took ...
... credit cards, we pulled over at three stations before finding a Shell outside of Colon. As strange as it may sound, this gas station ended up being our best option so far. When we pulled up, we got great service and the lady went to work, washing the mud and dirt off the bleak windshield. A crowd of boys and a few shaparones circled around us for photos with the bike. Camilo talked with the local attendants, and sure enough, we could camp for free. A large ...
After the long jounrney south from Puerto Iguazu it suddenly became fall. Everything had changed: the weather, the architecture, the whole vibe of the place. Argentina looks, feels, and tastes more like Europe. Maybe it was the cooler weather too and the colour changing in the trees which made it seem so much different from the sweltering Amazon and the warm waters of the Caribbean.
Colon was a quiet town on the Uruguayan ...