Hi Thorn Tree,
I am currently doing research in Buenos Aires as an anthropology student, and have 2 days off per week. I am absolutely dying to go to Salta, and am having a hard time seeing how realistic this is. I don't mind if it is rushed as I don't know when I would be back to this part of the world.
Any advice is appreciated! Cheers
We are travelling to Argentina in December 2016 (just before xmas) for 3 weeks. We have only booked our international flights at this stage so would appreciate any feedback and recommendations people have before we book our internal flight and accommodation.
To save time we plan on flying between places. Any recommendations or places to stay, see or do would be greatly appreciated. We have also tried to ensure we allow enough time in each place but please let us know if you think our timing is…
I'm currently in Argentina, near El Bolson, and will be traveling to Bariloche tomorrow to hopefully find rechargeable boat lights for the front of our boats. Large scale, like either a large flashlight or a spotlight.
I am having trouble tracking down a store. Does anyone know of any fishing or boating stores that I may be able to call before heading into town?
Thanks in advance!
I'd appreciate any opinions or facts about the idea of traveling to El Calafate the end of July. Fodor's said it was a bad time to go, Lonely Planet isn't so specific. I'd love to hear if anyone has had real experiences to share. Thank you.
Tom and I will be spending 5 weeks in Buenos Aires. Our friend Jane from Canada has recommended Ibero Spanish School to study Spanish www.iberospanish.com. We were also thinking of starting there because it´s very affordable and then maybe change to Vamos Spanish which is close to where we will live in Buenos Aires. We were also looking at other schools such as Academy Buenos Aires and El Pasaje. Does anyone know of these schools? Any help would be highly appreciated.
Hi - my wife and I are traveling to Buenos Aires for 5 weeks and are looking to rent an apartment through a company we found on line called By T.
Has anyone had any experience with these people, are they reputable, good service, provide what they say they will etc?
Many thanks in anticipation of your responses
I'm a newly graduated student from the United States moving to Argentina from August 2016 to January 2017. I have an unpaid internship close to Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and am looking for housing (or people looking for one or two roommates) around that area. I was also recommended Palermo, Nuñez or Recoleta to stay in, but can work from wherever.
I am also searching for a part-time paid job for myself and a full-time paid job for a friend. We are both fluent Spanish…
I'm going to Buenos Aires for work at the end of July, but the company I work for didn't book a return flight until August 5th. I was planning to visit Bariloche or El Calafete from August 1st - to August 5th (that's all I have) but it turns out that August is in the dead of winter in Patagonia.
Now, coming from a tropical country, seeing snow can be quite the experience, but at the same time, I want to see beautiful landscapes, and I don't know if I will be able to do experience that, taking…
High chance I'm traveling to Argentina and then Colombia for 2-3 weeks each location. I have 3 goals:
1) sight see
2) experience the culture (and with that salsa, Spanish, and meeting girls)
3) scout the area because I'm looking for a new place to live (I work in the middle east, so I can live anywhere)
Most likely i'll make my initial approach to the country by spending my time in Buenos Aires, at a hostel called Milhouse. If anyone is around and want to catch lunch or grab a drink (or…
[B][URL="http://www.chrisontour84.de/2016/05/07/live-91-villa-la-angostura-argentina/"]Villa la Angostura[/URL][/B]
[B]27/04/2015 I finally made it to Argentina’s Lake District with Villa la Angostura as my entry point. The lovely little town was covered in Volcan Calbuco’s ash and I enjoyed my lonely hike up to one of the nearby mountains, wandering through the bizarre looking landscape.[/B]