Travelling in Latin America is dangerous for sure!

When travelling in Latin America, I underestimated how dangerous it was, things had changed somewhat since backpacking around the world in my 20’s.

I caught a bus at 4am to the frontier, then a cab to the border. Walking into the passport office was an interesting experience, it was like something out of a gangster movie, a cross between a movie about Pablo Escobar and Sons of…

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