A collection of Buenos Aires street art photos from our wanderings around town. Buenos Aires street art.
Just an hour north by train, Tigre is a world away from the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires. Perfect for a weekend day trip to take in the waterways of the Parana Delta, Tigre is a lovely place to pass a summer afternoon. We liked it so much we visited twice during our time […]
It’s said that in Argentina they worship god and football and this is evident everywhere you look. Bus drivers adorn their cabs with pictures of Jesus, Maradona or their relevant football team. Shops and restaurants display the colours of their favoured team (more often than not Boca or River Plate) and all day, every day, […]
What do you when you’ve wandering around San Telmo markets all afternoon and you’re tired, thirsty and hungry? You can’t stomach pizza again and you had your fill of empanadas during the week. Simple – you need a choripan (chorizo sausage in a roll) from one of the car park vendors. As you get closer […]
After our two months living in Buenos Aires, we left with mixed feeling about the food. Along with meat, meat and more meat, you will have little trouble adding the pounds as the other main food groups to be found were pizza, pasta, empanadas, pastries and gelato. Healthy food and salad options were few and […]
Recoleta Cemetery is one of the most breath-taking places to visit in Buenos Aires. An open air museum of sorts. A must for all visitors to Buenos Aires. [To read more, click the heading above.]
Portenos love life and Buenos Aires is a city for living. It’s so different to anywhere we’ve been before and our first taste of South America. We loved it! [To read more, click the heading above.]