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Today's newspaper carries a report that YF vaccination certificates will be checked for foreign travellers at border crossings
http://www.paginasiete.bo/sociedad/2017/2/13/salud-caso-fiebre-amarilla-origino-zona-selvatica-127139.html
This follows a case in the lowland area of northern La Paz. Spanish speakers may be struck, as I was, by the emphasis on a foreign traveller being affected and there being no local cases.
It might be prudent to assume that Bolivian border officials will be more…

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Hi everyone . I would like to ask you about budget for South America. I will be visiting Brazil,Argentina,Chile,Peru y Colombia like a backpacker that's why i will bring my tent. 3000 dolares enough for 6 months? i will be working vounterring jobs as well. Thank you for the responses. :)

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Greetings -

After three lovely weeks in Medellin, next weekend I'll be heading to Bogota. But I have about 4 days to get there (will be spending 2 days in Bogota before flying out).

I'd like visit Zona Cafetera and, if possible, do some hiking in Parque Nevado on the way - but I'm flexible.

What route would you suggest?

Whitney

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Quito Airport to Rio Coco bus

Is it safe to take the $2 green bus from the airport to Rio Coco with bags? I have read a lot about being careful on public buses in Quito and don't know if this route would be considered a prime trap for theft/bag slashing. Thanks!

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Hi everyone.

We will be staying in th Cusco region from the 29th of July to the 9th of august.
We have already planned trekking the inca trail and staying in Aguas Calientes from the 4th of august to the 9th of august.
That leaves us with 5 1/2 days to explore Cusco and Sacred Valley. Our problem is that we have so much that we want to do, so please help us by telling us if this itinerary is realistic.

About us: We are two young people and we are normally very active when we travel. We don't…

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So is it because of my VPN that shows I'm in the US that is effecting these prices? Looking for Salta to Cordoba bus tickets and I'm seeing blogs posting about them getting these tickets for dirt cheap and I'm only finding 75$ tickets which is way more than I'm willing to pay for Salta to Cordoba. I dont need the tickets before hand but I would love to actually see what the REAL prices are for these bus trips. Im not looking for the super luxurious tourist buses which seems to be all that pops…

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Hey guys. So we have a trip booked to south america for 65 days and one leg is El Chalten to Santiago, or Mendoza if it's a little easier, since its close to Santiago.

We want a bus. A lot of times when I search for questions like mine all i see is suggestions to fly, but that option is not on the table for us. We completely understand that this means probably 2 1/2 - 3 days of travel. We're looking for the cheap buses, maybe some buses that tourists wont usually search for and find on the…