Sunday, August 24, 2014

The trip, in a nutshell

We love surface traveling and use buses in going from one place to another.  But unfortunately in this South American trip, we had to use airplanes twice: once, from Lima to Cuzco; second time, from Puerto Iguazu to Mendoza.
Here is how the trip went.
San Jose, California to Bogota.  Delta Airlines
Bogota to Cali, bus
Cali to Popayan, bus
Popayan to Pasto, bus
Pasto to Ipiales, bus, taxi to border, crossed into Ecuador, van to Quito
Quito to Cuenca, bus
Cuenca to Huaquillas, bus; Ecuadorian taxi to border; Peruvian taxi to Tumbes
Tumbes to Mancora, bus
Mancora to Chiclayo, bus
Chiclayo to Trujillo, bus
Trujillo to Lima, bus
Lima to Cuzco, Star Peru
Cuzco to Puno, bus
Puno to Copacabana (Bolivia), bus
Copacabana to La Paz, bus
La Paz to Cochabamba, bus
Cochabamba to Santa Cruz de La Sierra, bus
Santa Cruz de La Sierra to Villamontes to Yacuiba, bus
Yacuiba to border, taxi; crossed into Salvador Mazza/Pocitos (Argentina); Mazza to Salta, bus
Salta to Santiago Del Estero, bus
Santiago Del Estero to Cordoba, bus
Cordoba to Buenos Aires, bus
Buenos Aires to Colonia (Uruguay), ferry
Colonia to Montevideo, bus
Montevideo to Colonia, bus
Colonia to Buenos Aires, ferry
Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu, bus
Puerto Iguazu to Presidente Franco (Paraguay), ferry
Presidente Franco to Ciudad del Este, bus
Ciudad del Este to Asuncion, bus
Asuncion to Ciudad del Este, bus
Ciudad del Este to ferry terminal, taxi
Presidente Franco to Puerto Iguazu (Argentina), ferry
Puerto Iguazu to Mendoza, Aerolineas Argentinas
Mendoza to Uspallata, bus
Uspallata to border to Santiago de Chile, bus
Santiago de Chile to San Francisco (USA), Avianca

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