Yeah. I had my twenty-third birthday here. We had a joint birthday party with my manager and his family for his birthday too. We mostly just ate a lot of … Continue reading Birthdays.
On Thursday, I walked around the Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires. It is the city’s governmental center with the president’s office in the Casa Rosada – the same one where … Continue reading The Example of a Mother.
Stop two in La Plata was La Catedral de La Plata. It’s kind of difficult to miss. It really is beautiful and right in the middle of a lot movement in … Continue reading Catedral de La Plata.
This past weekend, we had some visitors from the big city come stay with us in La Plata. “Show us the cool things in La Plata,” they said. Quite frankly, … Continue reading Afternoon at the Museum.
For one of our classes, we needed to visit a cemetery in Buenos Aires. Of course we chose the one most frequented by tourists and Peronists wanting to pay homage at … Continue reading People are Dying to Go There.
On our first night in Buenos Aires, we walked along the river in Puerto Madero. We could see from blocks away what we were walking toward. The Puente de la … Continue reading Crossing the Puente de la Mujer in Puerto Madero
By looking on a map, you can see that Buenos Aires is on the coast. However, if you wander around looking to see the water, I would love to watch … Continue reading City Retreat.