Post-Mendoza life has been pretty hectic, but also pretty perfect. I guess the first notable thing that happened would be going to the Scottish Festival back in the city. Buenos Aires has a HUGE European influence in it so this festival was amazing. There were a lot of bagpipes, dancers, and men in kilts. What … Continue reading Scottish festival, cooking class, and everything in between
Well, I started writing this blog post a couple of weeks ago when we got back from Mendoza (my future home) AKA the best wine country basically ever. We spent a weekend there after a very tedious, but also pretty pleasant 15 hour bus ride. The first day we were there, we got to spend … Continue reading Mendoza: My future second home.
So it's been a while since writing (sorry), but per usual, the time here has been perfect. I have continued growing closer to the other people in our program, and we added a few more people to the group when we got back from Uruguay, and although I don't know them as much as I … Continue reading Approaching the Halfway Mark
So it has officially been a month since I got onto a plane to go to a place that I knew nothing about for five months with people I had never met in my life. And, I have to say, I couldn't ask for a better month in a better place with better people. I … Continue reading The best month of my life.
This past weekend we went to Mar del Plata which is like 5 hours away from Buenos Aires. We were on a little bus and were all smooshed together so it was fairly uncomfortable, but I'd say that we bonded. Anyway, Mar del Plata is a beach town with a bunch of coastline and so … Continue reading Week 3: Almost Starting Real School