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4 Best Things about Living with People from all over the World

4 Best Things about Living with People from all over the World

“How do you say ‘my name is…’ in German?” “What do you call this drink in French?” “In Spanish do you translate the name of this film?”

Seeing Both Sides of Buenos Aires

Seeing Both Sides of Buenos Aires

In any new city or country one goes to, the first instinct is always to Google for things to do, places to see or even which restaurants to dine in.…

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Discovering Buenos Aires, Part I: Palermo

Palermo by night Obviously, Palermo is one of the parts of Buenos Aires, where people spend long nights out, as there are a lot of restaurants, bars and clubs inviting…

10 Things a Foreigner Should Know before attending an Asado

10 Things a Foreigner Should Know before attending an Asado

An Argentinian asado is not just your bog-standard barbecue. It is so much more, and if you tried to compare it to one your Argentinian friends may serve the chinchulin…

Centro Cultural Kirchner opens its doors in Buenos Aires

Centro Cultural Kirchner opens its doors in Buenos Aires

Two weeks ago, the long-anticipated Kirchner Cultural Centre was unveiled. Cristina’s inauguration of the magnificent, restored building was an appropriate closure to the work her husband had begun over five…

May 1: A day to Celebrate the Working Classes

Today is Workers Day —Día del Trabajador— in Argentina and many other countries in the world. An official holiday that is also known as Labor Day in other parts of…

What Remembrance Day means to Argentina

You may wonder why Argentina chooses to remember the date of the beginning of the dictatorship, rather than celebrating the end. It is an event that focuses on educating the…

Fileteado, a Snapshot of the Colourful Porteño Identity

'Fileteado' translates directly into English as 'narrow strips', an iconic decorative art-form born in Buenos Aires, which is frequently used to represent the eclectic city in guidebooks. For Porteños, fileteado…

Learning from Mafalda

"¡Sonamos muchachos! ¡Resulta que si uno no se apura a cambiar el mundo, después es el mundo el que lo cambia a uno!" “We’ve had it, boys! It turns out…

A Week of Responsible Tourism in Buenos Aires

Last week, twenty-three high schoolers and their three teachers from Portsmouth grammar school came from the United Kingdom to Buenos Aires to enjoy a week of responsible tourism and cultural…

Football – It’s more than just game!

“Hay quienes sostienen que el fútbol no tiene nada que ver con la vida del hombre, con sus cosas más esenciales; desconozco cuánto sabe la gente de la vida, pero…

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