What do you know about Argentinian history? Let’s say, in a last two hundred years? Honestly, I didn’t know anything… And this is the best part of traveling — not just seeing the beauty. But learning the stories.
La Casa Rosada (The Pink House)
The pink House is the main Government building in Buenos Aires which was built at the end of 19th century and gives us two explanations of its color. Continue reading
It’s been 23 days since I’m living in this hostel in Buenos Aires. Time flies really fast. What I expected when I just came here — I thought it would be super fun, I’ll meet many awesome people, and we’ll be spending great time doing… what? I didn’t think about this “what”. Continue reading
I never had my own instagram account. I bought my first iphone which gave me an opportunity to join this app just a year ago. I just never got a value having an expensive phone as everything I need a phone for – call, text, take photos and use google maps. The last one is comfortable, but, couple years ago we made a road trip by car with my brother and his two kids from St Petersburg to Lofoten Islands and back without smartphones and online maps. And we didn’t have any problems. And I never play games. I just find it boring.
Anyway, I decided to join instagram at the same way I decided to start a blog, so these two are new for me. But I’m trying by best to make it both fun and interesting.
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When I asked locals if there is anything happening in Buenos Aires for the New Year’s Even they said there is not much. And then I asked if there is a main square like in all the other big cities, so everybody come and there is a music and fireworks and crowds of happy people. And they said there is nothing like that in Buenos Aires. And I was like what? I don’t believe in that, there should be something. Continue reading