Cordoba to Salta bus ride – my neurotic personality fails me

5 thoughts on “Cordoba to Salta bus ride – my neurotic personality fails me

  1. Just keep repeating your mantra. Life’s short, the world is big, time to get out there. It’s all worth it, if nothing else the travel gods are entertaining all of your friends. I guess the moral of the travel story is to always have a “little extra” at all times.

  2. Your expressions on the bus tell the whole story. I like the smiling ones. YOU
    are YOUNG. It’s a good thing you’re having your adventures NOW. The older you
    get, the more grumbly you become, more difficult to adjust to life’s surprises.
    That’s why Scrooge is depicted old. On the other hand, maybe it’s the individual, not
    age. My favorite professor, in her eighties, was traveling in Scotland, and there were
    suddenly floods so she and her friends were stuck in the car in a small town. Locals
    came out and offered them a “cuppa” (hot tea), and they used the woods for their bathroom. She’s an adventurer, so you and Jeff can continue your escapades
    for fifty more years. “To thine own self be true.” Humbug to conformity. CONFORMITY is BORING.

  3. This is hilarious! I’m glad that you were carrying a “little extra” money. I remember having to pay a “tip” in order to get married in Peru. But really, lordy, how are you able to travel with all of that luggage, including a bike box..?? Glad that you and bags made it OK, and I hope you enjoyed Jennifer Aniston on the way.

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