The weather was perfect in the morning: some clouds scattered across the sky, quite cool and no rain.
Still, at noon the thermometer was showing 38°C, so I stopped for lunch in Mavila to avoid the heat. I had a good rhytm and after nine hours and a half I reached Alerta.
Tomorrow I want to go through Bolivia via San Lorenzo/Extrema. This would be my only chance to cross Bolivia and go through less populated jungle. I heard various comments, from “this is an area where narcotraficantes are roaming” to “it is very nice there and the nature is quite wild”.
According to the map key, the grey route stands for “Unsurfaced road (4 WD advised)”. The people I asked said that the road is relativelly bad. Looking at the full half of the glass, this means also relativelly good. Let’s see how my 1WD will manage…