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- Touring San Juan Argentina 3 weeks ago There aren’t enough words to describe how awesome the province of San Juan is with its majestic mountains, beautiful scenery, farmland, capital city, history, and so much more. On Tuesday, March 25th, my folks and I drove from Cordoba to San Juan for a much needed break. The seven hour journey...
- An Academic Win at the National University of Cordoba 4 weeks ago Friday March 21st, 2014 brought a huge victory for me, but I’m jumping ahead. So let’s go back to February 3rd, 2014. It was my first day as a student at the psychology school within the National University of Cordoba (UNC). I didn’t know a single soul here and yet it was more crowded than...
- Argentina's Stance on Bullying 2 months ago We had a guest speaker in psych class this week to discuss what he does as an educational psychologist. His name is Izequiel but we’ll call him Zeke for short. I learned that not every private or public school has a counselor like they do in the States. Zeke claimed that most schools don’t...
- The Trials And Tribulation Of Taking My First Psychology Exam Abroad 3 months ago The past two and a half weeks have been a tough adjustment for me as I acclimate to college life abroad, but I think I’m getting the hang of it. I was really worried about having to absorb so much complex information about the history of the National University of Cordoba and the history of...
- College Life - Week One: Culture Shock We Meet Again 3 months ago On Friday January 31st, the Psychology Department at the National University of Cordoba (UNC) had a get-together for all the new 2014 enrollees. By now, most of you know that I suffer from social anxiety, which makes me behave awkward during social gatherings. In the past, it has downright...
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- Che! What a Shock! Expat Culture Shock One of the toughest things about being an expat is that I have desperately tried to find similarities between Cordoba Argentina and the United States. After months of struggling I came to the conclusion that this simply does not work. In...
- An American at the National University of Cordoba Education and International Schools Intro to Psychology at the National University of CordobaArgentina offers free higher education. That in itself is a major incentive to move here, but things aren’t always what they appear to be. I had this misguided impression that the...
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03:28 AM December 17, 2012
I found this blog very insightful. It gave me a first hand perspective on the province of Cordoba in Argentina. My heart goes out to writer of this blog because I can see how much he struggles with the culture shock in some of his entries.
12:53 PM December 18, 2012
The photos on this blog add a personal touch to the blogger and it captures the beauty of Cordoba which I'll admit, I had not heard of until I read this blog.
15:52 PM January 10, 2013
I love how this blog represents my Native Cordoba. Specially since thus far, he appears to be the only expat blogger for this province. He offers a fair perspective on life here.
23:20 PM January 12, 2013
I like the honesty in this blog. Videos are nice and enjoyable to watch. Can't wait to visit Cordoba, Argentina and explore. Keep the great blogs coming.
23:26 PM January 12, 2013
I absolutely love it! Very informative. I can feel that the writer is speaking directly from the heart and it continues to capture my interest. Beautiful pictures! I hope to one day visit Cordoba.