Category Archives: Middlebury in Argentina

Last Post from the South

So, looks like this might be my last post before heading off on my Patagonia adventure with my parents and then arriving HOME mid-December. Although I know I’ll miss Buenos Aires immensely (and if not Buenos Aires, definitely the fugazetta … Continue reading

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I am here for ONE more month.

(and have clearly exhausted all energy to create clever titles) On castellano So as I come around to the last couple weeks of living in BA and last month in South America (for now!), I’ve been thinking a lot about … Continue reading

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Brazil: A Story of Silver Linings

Things that could have been frustrating about our trip: the fact that we had to buy a $150 visa to go to Brazil after accidentally buying airplane tickets there, my being sick for one of our two full days there, … Continue reading

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On la dictadura, villas, y estadounidenses

On the dictatorship I’m becoming increasingly sure that my host dad was, and still is, a supporter of the dictatorship. The last few times we’ve talked about my Argentine history/politics class, he’s brought up the fact that many of the … Continue reading

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Beautiful things

A very serious warning: this could easily be the corniest post I have written thus far. And if talking about parks (#1) doesn’t seem corny, just wait for numbers 2, 3, and 4. Yep. 1) Los parques de Palermo     … Continue reading

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I’m Famous

“What? Really? You mean for being on an Argentine tourism promo telling them that all you eat in Argentina is meat and carbohydrates?!” Actually no, though when I find it on YouTube I will post it immediately. What I did … Continue reading

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La Primavera, FTW

Por FIN, it’s beautiful and sunny and warm Buenos Aires! I would have been completely satisfied with just perfect weather, but Buenos Aires had to outdo itself (btw, just had to re-write that sentence 10 times before I realized why … Continue reading

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