After a brief blogging hiatus to focus on my Master’s exam and some job searching, I am back and ready … Continue reading Things You Get Used to Living in Argentina
“…arid steppes, expansive lakes of various hues of blue, sprawling snow-capped mountain ranges and enchanting forests to explore…”
What more could a girl ask for?! Continue reading My Patagonian Adventure (Part One: El Calafate)
…a pleasant aroma tantalizes your senses. Gradually the air becomes imbued with a subtle smoky, peppery essence. All around you, families and friends are gathering to prepare and enjoy a mouthwatering asado, with no shortage of succulent and seasoned-to-perfection cuts of meat to go around. Continue reading Oh, Sweet Sunday.
Hey all!! I’ve been hard at work recording and editing away to bring you a tutorial that I’ve been eager … Continue reading How to Prepare Mate
A little over a month ago, I had the opportunity to visit the elusive and charming northern region of Argentina, … Continue reading Argentina’s Indigenous North
Argentines really take friendship seriously. In fact, they even have a whole holiday dedicated to it! In this mini-post, I explain my perspective on how Argentines value friendship and the personal qualities that manifest from that. Continue reading A Note on Friendship
“Cheee, ¡Re boludo que sos!”, you hear someone say to their friend teasingly as they playfully push at their shoulder. … Continue reading Talking the Talk: Argentina’s Spin on Spanish