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Travel Blogs from Resistencia
... Even though the seats were wide and super soft, it's still comforting to know that this was most likely the very last long haul bus ride of our trip.
Resistencia is the capital of the Chaco province. The city, much like the rest of Chaco does not attract tourism. The locals are darker here than in Salta, but just as friendly. The challenge though has not been getting people to open up as much as it has been understanding them. The ...
... next night in Resistencia was "La Veloz del
Norte," where we had a 'cama' seat downstairs, right next to the air
conditioning motor, that sounded like a 747 jet, all night, not to
mention it was pouring rain outside, and the bus was leaking
... 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 ...
... by local hosts
7:30 pm Family Home Evening with the Resistencia AR & Corrientes AR District
7:30 pm Special Folk Dance presentation for BYU
-by local dance group, representing Indian, Spanish Creole, Polish, German settlers, etc.
8:30 pm Special goodbye to Solomon, bus driver from Paraguay (JC Transport International)