Libreria El Ateneo, Buenos Aires Leaving behind a family, friends and a life is not simple, especially being the first in your family and from friends who studies abroad. I always take advantage of the different opportunities that my family gave me, being a first generation student and a first generation immigrant, I really see … Continue reading One semester at Argentina Intro -Rosa Angela
It's been about two and a half weeks since I landed in Buenos Aires and I'm finally writing something about it. In my defense, it's been a very busy two-and-a-half-weeks. I have toured (with SOL Education, with groups of new friends, and on my own) the city at large, with specific visits to el Jardín … Continue reading A week (or two) in BA
Sol Education Abroad is honored to be ranked the #1 "Top Study Abroad Provider" in the 2014 Study Abroad Rankings just released by Abroad101 and StudentUniverse. SOL's Costa Rica program was ranked #1 in the "Top Study Abroad Programs" category. Upon hearing the news, SOL founders Brent Hunter & Esteban Lardone said, "When we started … Continue reading SOL voted the 2014 Top Study Abroad Program in the US
Today was an action packed day of Adventure! The city of Buenos Aires is so beautiful that it is hard to describe. The best way to explain it is if New York city and Europe had a baby it would be Argentina. The fast pace life of the city and the European architecture gives Argentina a … Continue reading Day 2: I have friends!
I finally made it to Buenos Aires, Argentina! Here are some of the activities I did today: 1. Meet my host mom. Marisa! Fun fact about Marisa: She thinks Obama is handsome because he looks like a movie star! She is too funny! Also, she makes birds out of wood (as you can see in this photo.) … Continue reading Day 1: Host Family