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Spring is here, wouldn’t you know?!

By klp - Thursday, September 22, 2016

On the morning of 21 September I was woken up by repeated beeping of my Argentine wife’s cell phone letting us know that new messages arrived. One, two, three… five…… Read more…

Cynical Buenos Aires

By klp - Monday, March 7, 2016

The other day I chanced to see something  I am not likely ever to forget. On one of the busy avenues of Buenos Aires there was a torso of a… Read more…

Argentina has its problems but…

By klp - Monday, February 15, 2016

Argentina has its problems but they are largely home made. Effects of global warming is not one of them. There appears to be accepted a not very-well validated opinion that… Read more…

A fresh start

By klp - Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Only few days left for the reins to change hands, for the “reina” to step aside after being given a push to be replaced by a new government But the… Read more…

Dangerous Buenos Aires

By klp - Sunday, November 8, 2015

As in most very large cities, there are in Buenos Aires many attractions, facilities, advantages, culture, shopping, etc. to enjoy. After two years in Buenos Aires, my immune system is… Read more…

Presidential Elections

By klp - Monday, October 26, 2015

So, depending on the public vote on 29 November 2015, Argentina may be moving away from Peronism. Peronism is sometime defined as “right-wing socialism”, a something of an oxymoron perhaps… Read more…

La Rural 2015

By klp - Monday, August 3, 2015

If you live near Palermo Nuevo, Buenos Aires, you know that La Rural has come to town. To start with, a week before the La Rural starts the traffic nearly… Read more…

Presidential Election

By klp - Thursday, July 16, 2015

There is only that much good one can say about Buenos Aires, so let me digress. The Presidential Election race in the USA is hotting up, with some surprising potential… Read more…

Colonia del Sacramento

By klp - Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Just a short boat trip across the river from Buenos Aires to Uruguay one can reach a quiet, friendly and relaxing old colonial city.       Many things feel… Read more…

Rules and regulations? What is that?

By klp - Friday, June 19, 2015

Notice in our apartment building clearly requires the users of the gym who want to listen to music etc. while working out to use headphones/earphones.  It is very common that… Read more…

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