Journey from Bolivia to Argentina

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I saw the last seat going to Uyuni sold right in front of me the evening when I arrived to La Paz.  The next choice is either to stay in La Paz for a night or move to another destination.  So I bought a ticket going to Tupiza hoping to find another tour there if the bus arrives early.  The bus did not arrive early so I ended up going to Villazon (the Bolivian border)  trying to get to Argentina as soon as possible.  I met a German girl at the Bolivian-Argentinian border and we accompanied each other going through the border.  It turned out that she’s going to Cordoba.  After contemplating with the idea of going to Cordoba with her as well, I decided that I had enough bus rides in the country side and I will just stop by the first big city on Argentina’s side, Tucuman.

Argentina buses were certainly a nice change from Peru and Bolivia.  It is air conditioned and it has leg rests.  The German girl told me the ones in Chile provide you sleep covers as well.  I have to say, after riding Argentinian and Chilean buses for sometimes, it was rather hard to go back to Bolivian and Peruvian and European buses.  I miss those leg rests….

From Journey from Bolivia to Argentina, posted by Jenny Zheng on 1/08/2012 (22 items)

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