Why on earth did I move to Argentina?

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Why on earth did I move to Argentina?
Katti is a Flemish Belgian living in Buenos Aires. Apart from blogging and taking Spanish classes, she has now started studying photography at Andy Goldstein.
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  • The Red Light City 3 weeks ago Patience is what I thought I have already learned. When you live in Argentina, patience is what you need. To …Continue reading →
  • Sí se puede!! (yes we can) 6 months ago Today was the big day, the day we have all been hoping and waiting for, not just for weeks, but …Continue reading →
  • She's finally off 6 months ago An era has ended. Cristina Fernandez de Kirschner is off. It is not at all to her liking, like a …Continue reading →
  • Après nous, le déluge ! * 7 months ago It feels like a good wind is blowing over Argentina. It all started with the celebrations after it was known …Continue reading →
  • The importance of water 10 months ago Sometimes, living abroad and traveling a lot means it can be hard to meet up with friends. Especially when they …Continue reading →

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