As is wont to happen when you spend enough time in one place, I finally have my own favorite places to hang out, cafes to get lunch at, and routes to take to school. My favorite cafe to have lunch at, is a little French cafe right next to school called Mon Ame (pronounced similarly […]Read more "The One With the Translation Errors"
I’m going to chat more about the exercise equipment in Buenos Aires next week, but we got to the airport waaay too early (we expected the colectivo to take half an hour to show up and, of course, two appeared within five minutes of our arrival at the stop). So we walked along the riverbank […]Read more "The One With the Waterfalls"
“We have not quite determined how far it shall carry us,” said Mrs Gardiner, “but perhaps to the Lakes.” No scheme could have been more agreeable to Elizabeth, and her acceptance of the invitation was most ready and grateful. “My dear, dear aunt,” she rapturously cried, “what delight! what felicity! You give me fresh life […]Read more "The One With the Lakes"
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"