Bon Dia. It’s been 25 days since we left Argentina on April 30th. We have traveled by plane, fast train, slow train, taxi, metro bus, tram, funicular and teleferico, but mostly on our feet. In walking, we have averaged close to 6 km a day. 12,000 steps. That means that in the past 25 days, weContinue reading “Madrid Toledo Tarragona Granada Barcelona Girona”
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Leaving Again Version .2
After week of buying last minute things, packing, dancing and dining at our favorite restaurants with friends, we are off to Spain for the month. In saying Goodbyes to the city and friends, they will be missed, and I look forward to returning to this beautiful place I call home. This week was all aboutContinue reading “Leaving Again Version .2”
How inflation effects daily life in Buenos Aires.
Wow. In the past when traveling, you always carried a lot of cash, especially when visiting Argentina. I disliked this as it could be risky. Now sending myself money via Western Union is so simple and easy. Their storefronts are located all over the city. The exchange rate is usually the best. I just receivedContinue reading “How inflation effects daily life in Buenos Aires.”