Buenos Aires, Day 5: Markets, Talks and Goodbyes

Waking up in a good city with the knowledge that this day is the last is always bittersweet. On one hand, you have a whole day of exploration before you; on the other, afterwards you’re back to the ship, and it carries you on to the unknown.

Buenos Aires, day 4: Tigre et All

I guess a day started with a huge piece of delicious chocolate mousse cake can be called a good day right away. Jose showed us to the local coffee chain that had amazing pastries and desserts. But I feel like Buenos Aires is full of deliciousness wherever you go. That day we decided to leave…

Buenos Aires, day 3: Lujan

Instead of getting money in the bank, I agreed that it would make sense to exchange my $100 bill – the last US cash I had, but I doubted I would need it in Brazil, and definitely not in Cuba. The trick is that if you withdraw money from ATM’s, they charge you 35 pesos…

Buenos Aires, day 2: The Museum Crawl

We couldn’t have had a better group – me, Jose and Rachel; three of the most indecisive people in the world. No, not even indecisive – we just are game to any suggestions, but someone has to suggest! If there was one person among us who would tell us what to do and where to…

Buenos Aires, day 1: Whistleblowers and Friends

We started our day early in the morning – still not early enough for me to catch breakfast – for our Globalization through film lab, and hopped on the shuttle bus. In this port even the field trip buses are not allowed to the port, so they were waiting for us outside. The bus took…