Monthly Archives: December 2010

Day 28 in Buenos Aires. Saying goodbye.

I woke up feeling like it was just any other post-Viruta lazy afternoon but the sight of my suitcases, which I had moved to the centre of the living room, reminded me that I had to pack sooner or later. … Continue reading

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Day 27 in Buenos Aires. The last medialunas.

I woke up just in time for Christmas lunch at Pedro and Sophia’s place. I was quite excited to spend an afternoon with friends from Australia. I couldn’t even walk a few meters to the subte station because of the … Continue reading

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Day 26 in Buenos Aires. A lovely Christmas.

When I booked my ticket for Buenos Aires, I knew I’d spend Christmas here but I didn’t know how or with whom. This year I made a choice not to be with my family but take my dream vacation instead. … Continue reading

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Day 25 in Buenos Aires. Trusting strangers.

As I sit in front of my computer at 5am in the morning, munching on dry cereal in the dark, I try to remember exactly everything that happened to me today. It was one of the most packed days I’ve … Continue reading

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Day 24 in Buenos Aires. The good stuff is hidden.

I was intent on making the most out of this last week in Buenos Aires and squeezing as much knowledge as possible out of the teachers I have been working with. As the holidays are coming up, their availability disappears … Continue reading

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Day 23 in Buenos Aires. Working hard.

As I got out of the subte station a little after 2pm in the afternoon, I felt like I was going to pass out in the plastering heat. The shirt I had was soaking wet from being squished against sweaty … Continue reading

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Day 22 in Buenos Aires. The ring.

I realise this is going to be a tough week for me as the realisation that I’ll be leaving is finally sinking in and breaking my heart. I have fallen in love with Buenos Aires. Some things I will certainly … Continue reading

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