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Sallycat's Adventures tells the story of a forty-something Brit who flew to Buenos Aires in 2007 to live her dream and dance tango. What happens to Sallycat? Could you be inspired to follow your own dreams to foreign lands? Find out. Read the truth from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Although a work in progress, this is one of the most complete guides you will find about Buenos Aires. You will find:
Still Life in Buenos Aires is a journal of observations and sketches from an American expatriate writer, English professor, and tango dancer. The writer moved to South America to learn Spanish and become familiar with Argentine culture in February, 2008. This blog is part travel journal and part resource for fellow travelers.
Buenos Aires Style is a collection of articles and links related to all that is fun and interesting about life and going out in Buenos Aires.
Comprehensive blog about moving to and living in Argentina by a French dad, American mom and our Argentine born daughter. We moved to Argentina and had our entire pregnancy and delivery in Argentina.
A peek at start-up businesses, including thoughts on online education and life experiences from in and around Buenos Aires, Argentina
I am moving to Argentina in September 2008 for 6 months. I'll be using this blog to record my experience of leaving London (after 12 years) and moving continent, albeit temporarily. I'll be posting photos, musings and thoughts on gay expat living in Buenos Aires.
A survival guide for those who dare to venture into the jungle called the milonga. Strong enough for a man, but written for and by a woman.
Two explorers, gringa and aleman, head down to Buenos Aires to play house and figure out what they want to do when they grow up.
Having just graduated University, the aforementioned blogee is trying to postpone the ¨inevitable¨ as long as possible, and will work in whatever field necessary to see this accomplished. A chronicle of a young man´s life in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Read on...
All things Buenos Aires including frequent forays deep into the province to visit my cows. Special attention to finding the quintessential little BsAs steak joints and exploring the phenom of expat groups and the love/ hate/ indifference surrounding them.
Life in Buenos Aires with a focus on literature, cultural heritage, and social issues.
Reflections by a Californian on life on the Argentine Pampa, from culture and politics to the everyday adventure of learning to love, live, and work all over again, with more joy and mindfulness.
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).