Hoy fui a ver “El Precio” por Arthur Miller, escritor de obras norte americano y me gustó mucho.
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Are you an expat who is looking to try and organise his or her money in Buenos Aires without being charged by the Argentine Private Banking system and without being hit with high exchange rates when sending your money through to your home account?
Find out what Tracey Chandler’s blog was successful at doing in 2010.
I have lost count as to the number of times that I have changed this blog: the focus of it, the layout, the language style, the treatment, its purpose… the list is endless!… and I am still unhappy with the result. I still feel that what I put on my blog is really of little interest and of even less ingenuity. It is a blog, just like any other, that lacks a whole load of structure and exists without reason (other than the fact that I desperately want it to suddenly develop a reason for its existence!)
This year, the 8th World Tango contest held in Buenos Aires, was won by two porteños, Sebastián Ariel Jiménez (18 years old) and María Inés Bogado (29 years old).
The bookshelf of a 30 year old It´s such a classic and such an obvious choice that I almost feel ashamed for mentioning it. Then again, it´s a classic because […]
Last night I thanked someone for simply being them; for understanding me and helping me to understand myself to the core. I still think that they don’t realise just how much I thrive because of their support. Words are not enough. “Lost in Translation,” someone once said eh?
Make a mistake and sleep for longer! My favourite mistake is waking up too early. The best thing about this mistake is that you can then go back to sleep! […]
El café en el Sur de América es como el té en Inglaterra. Es algo muy importante y se toma mucho en todos los países. Buenos Aires es una ciudad llena de cafés y otros lugares donde se puede tomar el café. Hay hasta distintas palabras que se usan en las cartas para distinguir entre todos los tipos de pedidos.
A new video tool from Twitter…. social networking and marketing gets even better!
Hoyts Cinemas in Buenos Aires, Argentina, are selling tickets for the World Cup 2010 match between Argentina and Greece on Tuesday 2nd June 2010.
There is a new Facebook Page called “Goals for Girls: The Movie”, created by San Telmo Productions in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This new and amazing Facebook Page is part of a campaign to raise money in order to make a documentary film about a group of Argentine girls who are desperate to fight cultural prejudices and do the impossible… Play Soccer.
“Goals for Girls: The Movie” makes the press!
As a female Brit, living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the subject of football and the World Cup 2010 is something which is very close to my heart and infront of my eyes wherever I am in this football loving South American capital city.
Check out my promotional video for Tracey’s Trash: Buenos Aires If you want me to make one for you, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org I’d be more than happy to do […]
“Zenitram: Un Argentino que Vuela,” directed by Luis Barone and starring Juan Minujín as Zenitram and Verónica Sánchez as Laura, in the lead supporting female role, is an excellent little flick. It’s slightly odd in many respects and reveals a little of that creative madness that I certainly love all artists for throughout.
“Goals for Girls: The Movie” is going to be on Facebook from Tuesday 8th June 2010 in the evening. After this time, please click on this link to BECOME A FACBOOK FAN and support our cause.
On Wednesday 2nd June 2010, “Los Divididos,” the Argentine rock band who merges the basic rock style, rhythm and beat, along with Argentine folklore music styles too, including La Chacarera.
El Camarín de las Musas in Almagro in Buenos Aires (it´s on Mario Bravo in between Tucumán and Córdoba) is one of the most beautiful theatrical spaces in Buenos Aires.