Gay American In Argentina
Latest Blog Posts »
- The Perks Of Free Healthcare In Argentina 1 month ago Free healthcare is one of the perks of moving to Argentina. Despite a handful of locals who feel that healthcare should be limited to Argentine citizens or foreigners who are Argentine residents, free healthcare is available to anyone regardless of what country you're from and I doubt that this is...
- Annual International Food Festival In Altagracia 4 months ago Every year around the end of January through the first week of February, the people of Cordoba and its neighboring cities can look forward to the Annual Food Festival (Encuentro Anual De Colectividades).It's held in Altagracia, a city on the outskirts of Cordoba. There are kiosks selling food from...
- Argentina Now Charges For Plastic Bags To Save The Environment 4 months ago On October 2015, supermarkets across Argentina started charging 40 cents per plastic bag to encourage the Argentine people to start using those eco-friendly reusable bags. Some mom and pop shops have even stopped providing plastic bags altogether and it has some people hopping mad!While the concept...
- Argentina Bids Farewell To The Kirchnerista Movement And Welcomes Change In Macri 7 months ago Cristina KirchnerThe Kirchnerista/Peronista came to an end when Argentinians voted for Mauricio Macri who represents the The Republican Proposal/Cambiemos (Let's Change) Movement on November 22nd, 2015. Mauricio MacriBack in October, there was a vote that was meant to narrow down the...
- Views On Suicide And The Tower Of Death In Cordoba 8 months ago Earlier this year, a friend invited me to a lecture on suicide at the National University of Cordoba (UNC). I learned some interesting facts, some of which surprised the hell out of me.The professor identified herself as a suicidologist, a profession within the psychiatric field that I never even...
Contest Entries »
- 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...
ExpatsBlog.com Expat Blog Awards 2012: Argentina Honourable Mention Award!
This blog won the Honourable Mention Award for best expat blog in Argentina!Copy and paste code to display the Honourable Mention Award Badge:
Website Reviews » There are 5 reviews on Gay American In Argentina
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.