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- Lions, Tigers, And Dinosaurs! Exploring The Cordoba Zoo 10 hours ago The Cordoba Zoo has been entertaining visitors for over a hundred years, and it's easy to see why with the number of exotic animals, both land and aquatic. Oh, and did we mention dinosaurs?We've had the pleasure of exploring the zoo twice since moving to Argentina. The first time was back in...
- Return To La CABA 2016 - Part 5: The Planetarium And The Purge 2 months ago It was our last day in Buenos Aires, but since our bus wouldn't arrive until 10 p.m., we had way too much time to kill.We knew we wanted to head to the planetarium, but we figured it couldn't hurt to indulge in some KFC one last time.Of course, we couldn't leave without getting a smoothie from...
- Return To La CABA 2016 - Part 4: Casino Time! 1 month ago We spent a lot of money on shopping and food, but mostly food because we're serial foodies. So we thought, how about we try to win back some of that money we spent? So off we went to the Casino in Puerto Madero.Close Enough!This is NOT the casino, but I thought it looked cool anyway.After an...
- Return To La CABA 2016 - Part 3: The Ecological Reserve 2 months ago We had two missions on our third day in B.A.Locate:1) T.G.I.F.2) Costenera Sur Ecological ReserveWe took a train and headed towards Puerto Madero to find the T.G.I.F. that we'd gone to three years ago. We were keeping our fingers crossed that this one hadn't been replaced by a NIKE Store like the...
- Return To La CABA 2016 - Part 2: The Japanese Garden 2 months ago So on our second day in Buenos Aires, we decided to give the subway system a try. To our surprise, it's not that much different from the subway system in NYC. It costs 4.50 Argentine pesos (3 U.S. cents. Yes! You read that right...cents!), which is over 50 percent cheaper than taking a bus in...
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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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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.