By Pietra Carvalho
On a platform at the Tietê bus station in São Paulo, passengers were waiting with much expectation in their luggage.
They would face thousands of kilometers of road on a bus route that proudly defines itself as "the longest in the world."
Six thousand kilometers separate Rio de Janeiro from Lima, Peru.
The strategic stop in São Paulo is only one of the 30 of the itinerary, which takes five days and crosses landscapes that go from the fog in São Paulo to the green of the Amazon, passing through the Andes Mountains.
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