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5 Reasons Why Argentine Spanish is Like Speaking a Different Language

    Ah, Argentina: the land of juicy steak, Malbec wine, and unbridled passion for fútbol; the home of Evita Perón and the best dulce de leche you’ll ever taste. Before I set foot in Buenos Aires — itself an entirely different world; a mischievous lovechild of Paris and New Orleans, slathered in buena onda(…)


5 Great Argentine Restaurants – Outside of Buenos Aires

Argentina is known for a handful of things. Beautiful scenery, incredible wine, and meat-heavy meals, to name a few. But not all great Argentine meals focus on a generous portion of steak, lamb, or pork. And not all great Argentine restaurants are located in Buenos Aires. For something a little different, outside the bustling capital,(…)


9 Mistakes Tourists Make in Argentina

Many tourists are drawn to Argentina because of its rich culture, relentless nightlife, varied landscapes, mouth watering food and pleasant weather. But to make the most of all this amazing country has to offer travelers need to be prepared, and many are unaware of what to keep in mind when heading to Argentina: Not exchanging(…)


5 Amazing Activities For Your Trip To Argentina!

Argentina is the largest Spanish speaking country in Latin America, and is home to over 42 million people. It’s a beautiful country that covers temperatures ranging from tropical to sub polar depending on how North or South you’ve decided to venture. It even has a claim on part of Antarctica! A land of stunning architecture,(…)


5 Must-Know Bartering Tips For the Latin American Traveler

Encompassing 21 countries, Latin America offers something for every type of traveler. Endless beaches, wild nightlife scenes, family-friendly parks, beautiful natural attractions…the list goes on and on. One perk to nearly any Latin American vacation is that travelers will get to do some unique souvenir shopping. From handmade pottery to delicate textiles, and lots more,(…)


10 Of The Weirdest World Cup Chants Ever

The World Cup is on and countries break out celebrated chants for their teams in all native languages. You may think you know what you’re hearing (“Go team, go”) but translations reveal chants range from poetic and impassioned (“Sing and don’t cry”) to hilarious and rowdy (“With lukewarm tequila, we’ll be champions”).