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Buenos Aires through my eyes

Buenos Aires through my eyes

The colour of change?

December 13, 2015 by klp

So even the trees of Buenos Aires made a timely response to recognize the colour of change – Cambiames = yellow.

Categories: Buenos Aires, politics

Good Luck, Mr. Macri

December 10, 2015 by klp

GOOD LUCK TO YOU, MR. MACRI, YOUR  TEAM, AND ARGENTINA!!!    

A fresh start

December 8, 2015 by klp

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…

A change is needed

November 30, 2015 by klp

A large number of people in Argentina were surprised that Mr. Mauricio Macri was elected as the next President. They should not have been. The country is not in good… Read more…

The time of Enlightenment?

November 24, 2015 by klp

Judging by the after-the-election speeches by Mr. Scioli and Mr. Macri, the two leaders’ intention is to collaborate. Let’s hope that the same is true for the supporters and that… Read more…

Since it is Presidential elections in Argentina today…

November 22, 2015 by klp

In the aftermath of recent terrorists–conducted assassinations in Paris a range of issues have been raised, debated and commented on relating to the way France has been governed, and on… Read more…

Dangerous Buenos Aires

November 8, 2015 by klp

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…

Cheek-to-cheek

November 4, 2015 by klp

I wrote about this once before but it is a topic worth revisiting. To a Westerner it feels awkward to be greeted by both men and women in Buenos Aires… Read more…

Presidential Elections

October 26, 2015 by klp

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…

Little boxes

August 19, 2015 by klp

We all live in little boxes, like it or not. For some reason, boxes with a scenic view are preferred – here in Buenos Aires it could be the view… Read more…