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45000 km around Latin America, the beginning of the road (Brazil, Argentina, Chile). Photo report.

So, the tickets are bought, the backpacks are ready - hello, freedom!
15 hours flight to Sao Paulo.... Ahead are thousands of kilometers of hitchhiking, adventure and uncertainty.

Walking a couple of days in Sao Paulo, we went to the ocean coast, because acclimatizing in the coolness of the green is much easier than in a huge, stuffy city.
Two weeks we spent on the coast of Brazil, after which stopped at the Iguazu Falls.
Then there were 8000 km of hitchhiking in Argentina: Buenos Aires, Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and much more.
After spending the night in Pampa
On Tierra del Fuego
On our way. Cold, windy, no traffic.
Lake Argentina. National Park Los Glaciares.
Glacier Perito Moreno. The width of the Perito-Moreno tounge is 5 km, the average height is 60 m above the surface of the water. The speed of its movement is 2 m per day.
National route "Ruta 40". Argentine classic jeepers and fans of enduro. For two days only one car drove, it took us.
After the eruption of the volcano Puyuee in Chile in Argentina, everything is covered with a thick layer of ash. Sand poured like snow for three days.
Cactus valley near Salta. Cactus reach a height of 4-5 meters.
Villagers and their children.
The snow pass in the Andes at an altitude of 4500 and we get to Chile.
Viña del Mar
Chilean football fans celebrate the victory of the local club
After Chile, we returned to Argentina to get through Bolivia. Actually here also begins what I would like to tell in a motoblog.
In Bolivia, exhausted by a 4-month hitch-hike, we decided to take a motorcycle and continue on our way, enjoying the freedom and independence of movement on moto.
To be continued....
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