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Help! Need advice for Peru-->Bolivia-->Chile

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Dear all,

I am doing a Volunteer placement for 2 months in Lima Peru and will like to Travel to Bolivia and Chile after so i need some advice please:):-

1. What is the best way to get from Peru ---> Bolivia

2. What is the best way to get from Bolivia-->Chile

3. How many days should I stay in Bolivia and Chile?

4. Is it safe for a girl to be travelling alone like this?

5. Any useful links for hostels for both places (or even recommend a hostel for me that will be great)

Any additional advice or info will be kindly appreciated as well as I have never been to South America before...let alone travelling by myself as well...! I will be in Peru from March-April 2011 and in Bolivia and Chile on May 2011

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