Blossoming Buenos Aires

Blossoming Buenos Aires Buenos Aires by icebergprinciple

This article was written by Global Graduates, published on 12th May 2011 and has been read 6414 times.

Lucy spent her year abroad in Buenos Aires. Read on as she fills in the year abroad blanks...
My name is: Lucy

I'm studying:
History of Art and Spanish

For my year abroad I went to:
Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

While I was there I:
Taught English and worked for a property company. 

Five words to describe my year away are:
Fun, spontaneous, scary, educational, steak.

My top tips for anyone going there are:
Be careful when packing...I took loads of clothes that I never wear. Pick a good bank account as my account gets
blocked all of the time. Read the local gossip magazines as you’ll learn lots about the country!!

The cleverest people find accommodation:

Don't leave without:
Baked beans, sweet chilli sauce, marmite, tea bags, hobknobs. 

The best night out is:
Kika, Club Niceto, Bar Río, Frank’s Bar.

When your parents visit:
Cabaña Las Lilas, Osaka, go to an estancia, visit Tigre, go shopping in Galerías

My favourite lunch place:
Oui Oui, El Pani, Mark’s Deli, Croque Madame.

My best place for a hot date:
Museo Evita, Million.

On a Sunday:
have an asado, go rollerblading in Palermo parks, go to Tigre market.

The most useful website I found was:
 Oasis collections: it has really helpful blogs, also

If you want to fit in quickly, you should:
Make sure you speak Spanish to everyone and don't be shy!

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