57 Days Abroad

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Day 56. Bajo Martinez y The Last Supper

Day 56. Being our last real day in Buenos Aires, we planned on getting up early’ish to finish up everything and to check out some sites. The bags were nearly packed and the apartment was more or less cleaned. About 2pm, we finally left our place to meet up with some friends out of the […]

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Day 53. Pizza y Asado For Dinner y Supper

Day 53. Started out by doing some laundry before meeting. The weather was rainy  with no signs of skies clearing up. We went to meeting in a taxi to try and avoid getting soaked (two of our three umbrellas were stolen). After meeting we got invited to a friend’s house for some pizza. Once we […]

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Day 20. There’s No Wildlife in BsAs

Day 20. Either I’m getting over the jet lag (20 days later) or I’m beginning to realize the importance of waking up earlier, but the past couple days I’ve been getting up around 9am—crazy I know. With a couple travel plans formulating, I know soon I’ll be out of WiFi commission so I’m trying to […]

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Day 6. Metros Are the New Saunas

Day 6. In the U.S.A. or not, I never look up the forecast for the weather. Consequently, I was surprised when I woke up and saw that it was raining outside. It wasn’t heavy rain but it lasted for a few hours. It did make the jog to the gym a nice and cool though. […]

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Day 5. Meat Me Halfway

Day 5. During these early days, we are trying to optimize our body’s/brain’s best productivity hours. Staying up until 4-5am accomplishing tasks seems to be taking precedent, resulting in waking up later than expected. So be it. Currently, I think the 6-hour night-of-sleep diet with a powernap sometime throughout the day is in full effect. […]

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Day 3. No More Leather or Tango Offers Por Favor

Day 3. The day started off later than desired. We had an appointment to fulfill downtown and we were pushing the target time. We hopped in a taxi and expected the worst. As we figured, the tour bus was nowhere to be seen and we were 15 minutes late. Off to a bad start. With […]

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Day 1. Not Tourists, Just Living Here for Two Months

Day 1. Epic day today. After about an hour of sleep on the connect flight from Bogota, Columbia, we landed in the Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini (EZE) International Airport. The time was 6:05 am. None of our prior research on Argentina mentioned monetary requirements for a tourist visa. To our surprise, the Argentinean government issued […]

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