Day 78: Puerto Igauzu, Argentina

This morning we happily checked out of Foz de Iguazu and took a city bus (labeled “Argentina,“ cost 3 reals) across the border into Argentina. We walked around the tiny town trying to find a place to crash for the night and came across the Anahi hostel, about 15 minutes walk from the bus terminal. It`s a clean, well run establishment where we paid $7.14 (breakfast included) each for a couple bunks and a shared bath. The daytime manager speaks 3 languages and is a funny, hyper man who will make sure you are well taken care of. After a fabulous lunch at Il Fratello (the best calzones outside the States) and top notch service on a budget (come on, everything we do is on a tight budget!), we wandered through the town seeing it with news eyes without the weight of our backpacks. Read the rest of this entry »

It can´t be much farther…

Day 33: San Jose, Costa Rica

Two chicken buses ($3 total/person), a border crossing that was not even close to as bad as everyone warned us, and 8 miles past the Costa Rican border, we were sweating our brains out and Lin was mad as hell. Read the rest of this entry »

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