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Argentina appears to follow the common rule that you must apply for a visa at the consulate that covers the area/country where you live. Your nationality determines whether you need a visa at all or not, but once you have determined that you do need a visa, it is your residence that governs where to apply. You don't write where you live, but if you live in ...


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There are buses from Santa Cruz to San Matias in Eastern Bolivia, on the border to Brazil. It takes around 15-18 hours on dirt roads. Once in Mato Grosso (on your way to Cáceres) the roads are very good and modern. You won't easily find information on buses online, just go to the bus terminal once you're there in Santa Cruz and buy your ticket. Don't plan ...


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I managed to contact them through their Facebook page. They say: the provided service and checked baggage is the same, no matter which the fare is, as we mentioned earlier, the only difference between fares is the percentage of discount in the fare. So it seems to be "pick your own discount" type of thing. It really is puzzling to me as to why would ...



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