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acquiring a Bolivian visa

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We will be traveling to Peru and then to Bolivia in Sept., '08. We are getting our information together for our visa, immunizations, etc. Does anyone know how long we may expect it to take to get the visa application approved once we mail it off to the Bolivian embassy in Washington D.C.? Has anyone gotten their visa at the border crossing?

How about the direct bus from Cuzcu to La Paz? How direct is it really? Should we pack lots of motion sickness medication, as some in the party do get motion sickness?

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