Because Mendoza threw off my blog schedule, you all get two blogs, this week this one filled with things I did last week and this week (aka today). The tango is a very popular dance here in Argentina (as I’m sure everyone knows) and in addition to tango shows around the city, and lots of […]Read more "The One in the Pampas"
Due to a national holiday we had both Monday and Tuesday off from school last week, taking advantage of the break a few friends and I decided to set off to explore Argentina. While in the planning phase of this adventure we realized that Argentina is a really, really, big country. Transportation around the country […]Read more "The One in Mendoza"
Classes started this week which meant the majority of touristy things were confined to the weekend so week days could be spent getting lost on public transportation (not me, of course) and exploring our classes. They give us two weeks to wander between classes trying to decide which to take. That also gives us plenty […]Read more "The One With the Public Transportation"
The elevators here are kind of awesome. It was one of the first things we noticed after arriving at our hotel and taking our suitcases upstairs. Most of the elevators have manual doors and are incredibly small. The apartment elevators all hold about three people squished very closely together. If you forgot to close the […]Read more "The One With the New Country"