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A family of five move from Australia to Argentina trying to blend in like locals. The kids are learning Spanish, he's teaching English and she's doing a psychology degree. Sounds like fun to me.
On June 2012, I made a difficult decision to leave the United States to start a new life in Cordoba Argentina. This blog comes complete with personal experiences, photos, videos, cultural comparisons, and tips to make the transition of living abroad a bit easier.
The blog was sparked by my thesis research on Americans living in Buenos Aires. It includes some of the results and interesting ideas that came up in my research (the difference between "expat" and "immigrant", globalization and urbanization, what type of Americans move abroad and why they do it, what life is like for expats in Buenos Aires). I am expanding the blog to focus not just on Buenos Aires, but on all global cities, and not just on Americans, but on all individuals that move abroad to urban destinations.
Après avoir vécu a Londres puis a New-York, je m'en vais pour vivre a Buenos Aires. Suivez mes aventures sur mon blog (Anglais & Français)
A blog about love and sex in Buenos Aires. Gave up on trying to understand Argentine men. Now just enjoying the ride.
As a South African living in Argentina, this site is specifically catered for those who want to join me on a journey through the lens of my camera. A journey of photography in the how to category, sharing my photos of South Africa and Argentina (including some other places around the world). I may even share a little of my experience as a foreigner living in Argentina.
Originally from Michigan, I also lived in Phoenix, Arizona for nine years. I am a thirty-two year old Spanish, French, and ESL teacher. In July I left Arizona to move to Málaga, Spain for a teaching job. I brought just myself, a backpack, and two other suitcases. When the job turned out to be a scam, I looked for other jobs, and then moved to Brussels to look for work. Since it was extremely difficult to get a working permit for the EU, I decided to move to Buenos Aires. Now I am here in Argentina, looking for a teaching job or freelance writing work! I am very much enjoying my adventures and I am so grateful for this wonderful experience!
Thoreau said, "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." This is a quote I have used to help guide my life and my choices. Life is short, and I want to make the most of every moment! My blog is my thoughts and experiences living here in Cordoba, and visiting Buenos Aires. It's been amazing so far!
My name is Danielle and for the most part I live in my own fantasy world. When I'm not doing that I spend my time travelling, teaching and writing about all the weird and wonderful experiences I have while out on the road. Come and read about my appendicitis in China, the time I met the leader of the communist party in Zhejiang province, the night I partied with a Tibetan Rastafarian and discover exactly what scorpion tastes like. Currently I am living in South America in Buenos Aires and will hopefully have many adventures yet to come
I'm an Italian and Spanish teacher from the USA so my blog focuses on the language and culture of Argentina... or more specifically Buenos Aires. I'm hoping my blog can be helpful for students of the Spanish language and interesting, useful and helpful to those who want to either live in Buenos Aires or learn about what it's like living here. It's from the perspective of an American but I'm hoping it can be helpful to all.
Before we settle down, we're off on an adventure in Buenos Aires. With little money we're trying to enjoy ourselves, but still not go broke.
The best of Europe: Five blogs for five cities
What do Dublin, London, The Hague, Parma, and Galicia have in common? — Sorry, all being European cities, even though it is the right guess, doesn’t count. Okay, we will save you the hustle — here it is, they all have good expat bloggers! Expat.com brings them to you to introduce you to the expat life in the city they have decided to make a home (for now).