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Christmas is coming!

By klp - Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Although I have no idea how it came about that Father Christmas or Santa Claus have become a part of this christian holiday, the fact is that they turn up… Read more…

Underneath the Arches

By klp - Monday, December 21, 2015

  I read that Argentina railway network was at the end of the 2nf World War some 47,000 km long, and was one of the most extensive and prosperous in… 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…

Caminos y Sabores

By klp - Friday, July 10, 2015

As it happens so often in Buenos Aires, one can see the old meeting with the new. As it happened the other day at the Caminos y Sabores food festival…. Read more…

Tango

By klp - Monday, June 1, 2015

I love tango, both the music, and from my ballroom-dancing days, the dance also. In Buenos Aires, the effect of western pop-culture is visible but tango is live and well…. Read more…

On Books

By klp - Friday, April 24, 2015

  Various electronic devices continue to come into our lives, and sometime even control it… More and more books are being made available electronically; consequently, in more technologically advanced countries,… Read more…

Looking back…

By klp - Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Looking back Coming to Buenos Aires from Europe, and especially from the UK offers one a luxury of going back in time without being unduly nostalgic. There are red telephone… Read more…

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