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- 5 Years Later: Looking Back In Order To Move Forward 6 days ago Wow! Can you believe it? It's been five years since my husband and I said goodbye to our friends, our family, and our lives in New York, and moved to Cordoba, Argentina. It's amazing how much time has passed!Those of you who have followed my blog over the years know that adjusting to life abroad...
- Visiting The German Themed Town Of Villa General Belgrano 3 months ago So I know I said I wouldn't be traveling for a while, but life is unpredictable... and so am I. So a few days ago, a good friend of mine invited me to go to Villa General Belgrano, a heavily themed German town two hours away on bus from Cordoba Capital, where I live. I'm told that the reason for...
- Amazon Delivers... To Argentina! 4 months ago For some of you, this might be old news, but it was certainly news to me. With all the restrictions that customs have imposed over the years, buying anything internationally has been difficult for a lot of expats and even locals who are desperately trying to get things that are simply unavailable...
- Resident Evil, Budget Issues, And A New Direction 4 months ago I know I'm two months late for this, but HAPPY 2017 everyone! Our mood for Christmas was a lot like our mood during Halloween and Thanksgiving. But we tried to make the best of it despite the emotional scars left behind by our home invasion. So now we jump ahead to January 26th, the day Zach...
- Halloween And Thanksgiving With A Side Of Burglary 7 months ago October, November, and December are my favorite months. There's my hubby's birthday on October 30th, Halloween on the 31st, Thanksgiving in November, our anniversary, and of course, Christmas in December. Unfortunately, something awful happened during Zach's birthday that pretty much tarnished our...
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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.