The only way is up! November 15th 2009 "Blame the Chileans!" grunts the Argentinian driver, explaining why the bus was running five hours late thanks to a strike at the border.
The overland journey from Rio Gallegos to Ushuaia, both in Argentina, has the bureaucratic inconvenience of passing through Chile. That means four border controls, each time off the bus, queue up, fill out the forms, passports stamped and bags checked. For th ... read more
South America » Argentina » Tierra del Fuego » Ushuaia Following independence from Spain in 1816, Argentina experienced periods of internal political conflict between conservatives and liberals and between civilian and military factions. After World War II, a long period of Peronist authoritarian rule an... ... read more
Setting off with one way tickets to Mexico via Cuba (a two-month detour), we set ourselves the challenge of travelling through Central and South America down to the southern tip of Argentina by bus/train/boat.
We wrote and photographed all our adventures, discoveries and passions - food and football, people and pictures, wildlife and walking, books and buildings, mountains and music. We promise you won't read a boring day-to-day diary, just interesting tales from the road.
Plus for our friends with itchy feet, real backpacking tips direct from the backpack.
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