Written by Bridget Gleeson on 2017-10-02. Posted in Travel Argentina
Influenced by foreign language and cheeky wordplay, Buenos Aires’ lunfardo slang is representative of the city’s diverse population and playful demeanour.
Written by volunteercard on 2017-09-28. Posted in Travel Argentina
Safety in large cities in a common topic among groups and individuals who are traveling abroad. Volunteer trips can often take us through some of the largest international cities. When…
Written by Coral Garcia on 2017-08-25. Posted in Travel Argentina
A man who tries to overcome obstacles that are imposed on the road. A huge swimming pool descends from the roof. Impossible choreographies, dream figures and a lot of good…
Written by Coral García Dorado on 2017-08-18. Posted in Travel Argentina
Buenos Aires is the theatrical capital of all Latin America. The spectator can choose every week among a hundred plays aimed at all audiences and for any type of taste.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-08-08. Posted in Travel Argentina
While volunteering in Buenos Aires, you will without a doubt want to make the most of your time abroad to travel throughout the country, and, in my opinion, the best…
Living in Buenos Aires for the past two months has been absolutely amazing. I feel as though I really know the city and have learned the culture, and I love…
Written by Callie Walter on 2017-08-05. Posted in Travel Argentina
We’d been planning our trip for weeks, and finally all the details had fallen into place and our day of departure had arrived—we were going to Mendoza.
Written by Marin Cloix on 2017-08-04. Posted in Travel Argentina
Voici un petit guide explicatif sur Puerto Madryn. Comment y aller, quand y aller, quoi faire, où voir les baleines… Vous êtes prêts ? C’est parti !
Here is an article that explains all you need to know about Puerto Madryn. When to go, how to get there, what to do, how to see the whales… ready?…
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-07-24. Posted in Travel Argentina
Every Sunday there is a street market in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of San Telmo. It stretches the entirety of Defensa street and is filled with a variety of vendors:…
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-07-18. Posted in Travel Argentina
Voluntario Global works with sixteen different projects and while I have only worked with two so far, I am beyond amazed at how wonderful they both are.
Iguazu Falls is a National Park in the north of Argentina, on the Argentine and Brazilian border. It is about an 18 hour bus ride from Buenos Aires, which, for…
Written by GyungHyun Je on 2017-06-27. Posted in Travel Argentina
The very first Argentinian food that I had after I arrived in Buenos Aires was an empanada, a hand-size pastry filled with steaming minced meat and chopped onions. Even tough…
Written by Charlotte Burnap on 2017-04-24. Posted in Travel Argentina
For those who are seeking something a little more unique, often coined the ‘hidden-gems’ of the district, head down to one of the five bars below.
Written by Eleanor Confrey on 2017-04-20. Posted in Travel Argentina
Here's a list of the best five cafes in Buenos Aires.
Written by Noémie Hernandez on 2017-04-10. Posted in Travel Argentina
Le 24 mars est le Jour de la Mémoire, pour la Vérité et la Justice en Argentine. Il commémore le coup d’état militaire qui est survenu le 24 mars 1976…
Written by Mia Wagenbach on 2017-02-16. Posted in Travel Argentina
Before actually arriving in the city, I did as most travelers do and researched the city all over the internet. Apart from what I had heard about the city on…
Written by Emma Kelly on 2016-12-06. Posted in Travel Argentina
Buenos Aires is a city bursting with life, every hour of the day there's activity, music, movement. Cars pass by all through the night, the streets are rarely empty and…
Written by Emma Kelly on 2016-11-04. Posted in Travel Argentina
The last weekend in October myself and some other Voluntario Global volunteers took a trip to Montevideo, Uruguay. It was the perfect way to spend a weekend doing something different…
Written by Jesica Franco on 2016-10-31. Posted in Travel Argentina
Day of the death is an old tradition in Mexico. The ancient Mexicans used to invite their dead to dinner in the month of August, during the corn harvest season.
Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.
Location: General Pacheco. Buenos Aires. Argentina