It is very common to see shops in Buenos Aires having a hand written sign declaring "No Hay Monedas". No Coins. Which meant if you didn’t have exact change they weren’t going to sell you anything, as there simply...
Holidays in Argentina are very important times to be around loved ones. While there are many holidays celebrated in similar tradition all around the world, there are some traditions that may be unique to Argentina. A good background to...
Salsa in Buenos Aires     Once upon a time, on a Sunday evening, I was strolling along the reserva in Puerto Madero. Just another regular night in Buenos Aires, right? Suddenly, there was music coming from a distance, and as I...
Learn Spanish in Argentina   For people interested in travelling to Central or South America and taking a Spanish immersion learning course, one of the biggest decisions to make is figuring out what country to go to. This decision usually boils...
Why to Visit Santiago de Chile   By: Lauren Hutton There is so much natural beauty to see in Chile; the arid deserts of the north, coastline, lakes and glaciers in the south. It can be overwhelming to fit this into say,...
7 Cafes in Buenos Aires you need to Visit Wherever you are in the Argentinian capital, Buenos Aires offers you a director seat a walking distance away. Thanks to the limitless number of coffeehouses, you can experience the taste of...
By Lauren Hutton I adore cocktail parties. Back home in Londres, I love nothing more than to partake in these shindigs with my circus of friends. No that was not a typo, I use the word circus because that’s usually...
Imagine for a moment you’re on the streets of Buenos Aires eating a factura and drinking a mate (because that’s what you do in Buenos Aires) and someone passes you walking 20 dogs. If you are new to Buenos...

Buenos Aires Budget

In the past few years Buenos Aires became a hotspot for tourist destination, which means that the tourism industry boomed, and prices rose. Even so, you can still find an economical way to travel and still have a good...
When I think Bariloche, I think mountains, skiing, lakes, chocolate, craft beer, and Swiss style houses. Bariloche, or San Carlos de Bariloche, is a town that’s known for its proximity to nature, and its views are breathtaking. But...
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