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Everyone yelled at me when they found out I didn’t get the easiest requirement, and the bus guide ended up having to take me to get photos taken at the border for 30 Bolivianos (about ).
You should have a few copies of your passport anyway and at all times when you travel, but they require two to cross the Bolivia border…even though they only end up taking one.
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