57 Days Abroad

Posts Tagged ‘Puerto Madero’

Day 21. The Best Part Of Waking Up, Is Tallon’s Coffee In Your Cup.

Day 21. Today we were blessed with another cup of Tallon’s homemade coffee. He’s developing the science of brewing coffee into his own art. Nice and strong, the coffee gets us going. Ran some sprints today and it felt great. Jokingly we’ve been talking about doing an America vs Argentina fútbol match with our friends. […]

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Day 11. It Could be Worse

Day 11. Woke up early today—8:30am. We’ve only been up that early twice since we’ve been in Buenos Aires. (The other time was because when we arrived to BA from Miami 11 days ago, it was 7:30am.) We had a meeting to catch this morning at 10:00am. Fortunately, we arrived early enough to grab a […]

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Day 10. The Day We Turned Off the A/C (for 2 hrs)

Day 10. I still haven’t bothered to check the weekly forecast for Buenos Aires but I’m finding it odd that it’s been overcast and rainy for a few days now. With a drizzle in the air, no sun shine and an A/C unit that has yet to be turned off for the past 9 days, […]

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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 2. WiFi Should Never be Forsaken

Day 2. I woke up to the hot sun shining on my face. The room was bright but that was alright. I purposely chose to sleep by the balcony and large window to insure that I won’t be able to sleep in. Call that crazy but this trip isn’t about sleeping or R&R, it’s about […]

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