In order to get Ruben on the public buses he has to climb on my back and I give him a ride into the bus. We do get lots of wierd looks from people as we are doing it but it is the only way to get him from one city to the next since we do not have a car. We climb the steps and hopefully we are entering a bus that does not have another internal door. This door is usually small than the width of my shoulders, which is no problem when you don´t have someone on your back. But when you do and then your sideways dimension is bigger than your shoulders it takes some sqirming and wiggling to get through the door. The first time I did this when I was getting off the bus I ended up with me facing the drivers seat, so I had to back down the stairs. It was a bit of a struggle but we figured it out and have done better since and if we have an option we take a bus without the internal door. A better shot of the internal part of bus Dan & Janice with Ruben Bica in front of the Montevideo Uruguay Temple. We had a great trip. It was very relaxed and no stress, unlike when we take the whole Branch!