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My wife and I got fed up with our 15+ hour a day management consulting jobs in San Francisco, so we quit and moved to Buenos Aires for some "consulting rehab." This blog details our adventures with lots of tips about living in Buenos Aires including how to find an apartment, spanish schools, restaurants, etc.
Dave P., a young heroic American expat, a lover of cheap wines and morally bankrupt women, and perhaps one of the five or six best tango dancers in the world (of the seven moderately aware of the dance), is currently shot-term living in Buenos Aires, searching no doubt for answers he will never find. His ecumenical struggles will only be amplified by the omnipresence of his soul-crushing marrow-draining long-term girlfriend, who shall remain nameless.
I am not a model, spy or assassin. I am just a mom, living in Argentina, who has too much on her plate and not enough sleep. Not very exciting, huh? I will try to make it relevant and funny. I said try, don’t kill me with high expectations. I get enough of that around the house from 4 small people who cant drink, vote or even drive.
CMCO's is the tale of this foreign service wife and my three little carrry-on's, ages 6, 4 and 18 months. Although many would see them as baggage and rather stay home, I believe that travel is a valuable gift to young minds, even if it requires more preparation and a few concessions. I will blog about our adventures both in the States and in the countries in which we live. I will talk about life in the Foreign Service, living as an expat with young children, and the adventures of raising Third Culture Kids. I hope to include sample itineraries for you and your guests, hotel and restaurant recommendations, my opinions on schooling options and individual referrals for those of you who move to where we have been. We are excited to see where this takes us!
Life in Buenos Aires from the perspective of many different nationalities. Our common background is learning Spanish in Buenos Aires. We discuss the good, the bad and the unusual about life in Argentina.
Follow writer Rick A. Griffith on his journey from Seattle to Buenos Aires. This video/written blog will show the real life of an expat and the crazy adventures that transpire!
Expat Californian dancing and teaching tango in Buenos Aires since 2003. Finalist in the Buenos Aires Tango Championships 2006. Author of The Church of Tango: a Memoir.
The best in investigative journalism and intuition-based reporting for the expat community in Buenos Aires.
Covering issues related to investing, starting, and running a business in the Republic of Argentina, with a focus on Foreign Direct Investment. Topics include legal issues, tax considerations, labor and employment, banking, import/export, and more. Questions from readers are welcomed and are answered regularly.
Resources, links, opinion, news, and commentary for foreigners and expatriates living or visiting Argentina.
Random Fun Stuff To Help You Learn Spanish.
I am now blogging, and tweeting nearly every day at Art Factory Hostel. Much more than a hostel, more than a hostel's blog.
If it´s filmed in Argentina--commercials, movies, TV shows, internet video--we blog it. Filming tips, industry news and the latest projects of San Telmo Productions are all covered, from an expat perspective.
After traveling through South America all winter exploring Peru, Chile, Argentina and Bolivia,I am back in BA to work on my spanish and the rest of my life. For the last dozen years, I worked in Washington DC in the political arena. An incredible experience that allowed me to meet amazing people, see cool things, learn about interesting stuff and opened me up to possibilities that exist in the world. My blog is about being a first world white girl and how I see BA and Latin America. It's also a place for my writing and any other stuff that tickles my fancy as I explore this wonderful city and all it has to offer.
Experiences and observations of a recent college grad in Buenos Aires - learning the language and culture, teaching English, and all the ups and downs of the journey.
5 expat bloggers reveal their recipe for happiness
Are you about to move abroad and make the tough decision to leave your many cookbooks behind? Never mind, because Expat.com — with this selection of five expat bloggers pouring love and care in their dishes — is bringing an infusion of faraway flavours into your kitchen. Join us for an international feast — a celebration of life in foreign lands!