We had many days with rubbish or none internet and I’m now many days behind with my blog posts. I’m just finishing up the 13th Jan and then will slowly continue to today’s date. I though I can do a lot here in Coyhaique, but needed to backup my photos (not done yet) and I cannot use my phone while it’s backing up to cloud. Plus I had to do my self assessment, since I’m not sure when I get internet fast enough to open a page.
As I wrote before, be got our tickets from Marga Taqsa office in Ushuaia (Juana Genoveva Fadul 126) on the day we arrived (Friday 29/12/2017). The bus company is Barria Ghisoni. It is standard long distance bus with tiny toilet and one deck. The ticket costs 1000 pesos (only cash payment) and the bus is leaving at 8am. We got up at 6:20am, had quick breakfast and packed our rucksacks. At 7:30am we reached the omnibus terminal and handed our rucksacks to a guy from the bus. They didn’t want to see the tickets, neither passport. And they didn’t put any label on our rucksacks either. Shortly after we departed on time, they gave us a Chile customs declaration form (I’ll upload later) to fill in. I was looking forward to have some amazing views from the bus, all the windows inside were steamed and wet, and it was raining outside anyway. So no views. There is no USB, neither good air con on the bus. The bus was packed. The first stop is Argentinian border at San S