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... which is nothing great. I waited in the one line for both exit and entry to Bolivia and then on the Brazil side (2 separate lines). Luckily I was near the front because 2 days later on the way back It took forever (maybe over 2 hrs for both lines - Bolivia was the longest). In fact I would suggest just taking an international bus that crosses direct...much quicker!!!!
Any who Corumba is the city on the other side, not directly but they have a ...
... to blame that stomach parasite for. That and my several hundred dollars worth of medical bills!
Anyone who knows me, knows that I claim to barely be able to cope walking down the road without my i-Pod…genuinely, my feet lose their rhythm and I get bored. And the bus journey from La Paz to Santa Cruz would take us….nearly 20 hours. Practically the longest journey in that direction you can make without actually hitting Brazil. 20 hours without any music ...
... or get hold of anyone. Clare was the last person to show up we were worrying she would have to get a separate bus on her own, you do not want to **** Clare off! So sat on the train watching a terrible terrible movies called Gabe the Cupid dog. It's so bad but at let its in English! Hopefully the journey goes quick and we get decent food and some sleep. Again sorry for short entry and no pictures but again im not feeling ...
... overhead cabins …
- Your neighbors or the second most determining factor for a comfortable trip. A 17 year old that almost falls asleep on your shoulder a night, a Cholita (traditional bolivian women) that takes in too much space, extra passengers in the passage hall, 4 people on two seats, people travelling with chickens, wawa’s (baby’s) or dogs ….
- The most important factor is ...
... the whole plane reclines their seat, it is inevitably and without fail the person in front of Paul. Then they proceed to wriggle about in their seat for the rest of the journey. Anyway, it was over quickly enough and we had some decent views of the vast empty Chaco region below to help pass the time. It's one of the world's great wildernesses and most inhospitable environments due to the heat and prickly vegetation and it reputedly still harbours ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility