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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...

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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...
If you’re reading this blog, chances are that you’ve thought about learning a second language (Spanish, most likely) and that you’ve decided to do some research into it. You may want to feel more connected to people that don’t...
Quick weekend getaway from Buenos Aires Argentina, while it’s know for the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires, has so much more to offer as one of the largest countries in the world. The lands around it are just as...
Your day-by-day guide to drinking in Buenos Aires.   Buenos Aires has earned the nickname “La ciudad que nunca duerme” (as opposed to the American “City that never sleeps”, New York). Every day of the week there’s something fun happening that...
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...
Let me tell you: Argentinians know how to eat. And as the food enthusiast I so proudly am, I’d love to share with you where I think you should eat in Palermo!   La Panera Rosa Don’t let the pink exterior...
Learn Spanish in Argentina   For people interested in traveling 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...
One of the most common pieces of advice we, as students, hear in the classroom when learning Spanish is “Stop trying to translate it into English.” But of course, that’s one of the hardest things to do, and  can...
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