Tag Archives | Borders

Chilean Exit, Riders on the Storm, La Paz Revolution, Lake Titicaca & The Ferry from Hell!

The ride from Chile into Bolivia was short. 40 miles took us from Putre back through Lauca National Park to the border where we were quickly and efficiently exited by the Chilean Migration & Customs authorities. To complete the exit we had to go see the Police and met a charming chubby little Policeman suitably […]

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Leaving Argentina, Back on the Ripio, BM Trouble-Ewes!, On to San Pedro de Atacama

Monday 5th April was a sad day, it was the day we peeled ourselves away from El Castillo. On the previous evening we celebrated our departure over a plate of Ceviche – a Chilean delicacy consisting of several kinds of raw fish & seafood marinated in lemon juice, coriander leaves and some cumin. Maria’s mother […]

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Into Brazil!

Today we crossed the border for a look at the Brazilian side of the falls. As 80% of the falls are in Argentina, the Brazilian side was a poor second. Still it did offer good panoramic views over the array of falls in Argentina and also an encounter with the Salto Santa Maria. Best of […]

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