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In 2008, my wife and I rented a car in Buenos Aires and drove to Iguaçu (waterfalls) via the national park 'Esteros del Iberá' and back. We found Argentina safe to drive, but this depends on what you are used to. The traffic is definitely more chaotic than in Northwestern Europe, but IMHO comparable to Southern European countries as Spain, Italy, Portugal ...


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I'm a German, living in Chile and extended my tourist visa several times in the past, the last time in January this year. This information is based on my personal experience. In short: Yes, you can extend your tourist visa for 90 more days for a fee of 100 US$. In detail: It is possible to extend your tourist visa once for another 90 days. To do so you ...


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If you need to request an extension, you may do so at any Departamento de Extranjería y Migración. You need to present: Photocopies of the valid passport (identification pages, number and, granting and expiration date, plus the page with the seal or stamp of the last entry to Chile). Do not forget to present the original passport. Photocopy of ...


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If you decide to stay in Chile for more than 90 days as a tourist, you have three options: obtain a visa, buy a 90 day extension for $100, or leave Chile and come back. For many people the latter is the best choice, as the narrow shape of Chile makes it a short trip to leave the country. Obtaining a visa extension: You may receive a one year tourist ...


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Before I travel, I borrow language CDs from the library. (I start 9-12 months in advance.) I can keep them for three weeks and if they aren't on hold for other people I can renew them up to 9 weeks. Most library systems will allow you to borrow materials from other libraries, so I request whatever is available from all libraries. Some will be simple and ...



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