Tango. I came to BA in 2012, and I was moping around for awhile because I didn't have any friends. I went to some expat events and met people that way. I took some art classes and met some more people. But it wasn't until I started dancing tango that I really started to make friends.
I have two cats with me here in Buenos Aires. I have to return to Canada for at least a month to deal with a family emergency, but I anticipate being gone for as long as six months. The airline will only allow me to fly back with one cat. I am hoping to leave the other cat here in Buenos Aires...
Has anyone sent a letter recently to Canada (or the US) with DHL or FedEx?
The quote on the DHL website was $70 USD, whereas the quote from FedEx was 14,000 pesos.
Just wondering about other people's experiences. Thanks!
I have been living in the same apartment for the last two years and seem to have amassed quite a bit of stuff.
I am moving from San Telmo to Congreso. It is not far.
I have approximately four or five large suitcases, a guitar, a cat and some heavy artwork (mosaics).
I live on the...
I have found them to be more strict also.
In December, they confiscated a bag of dried black beans...
In May, they confiscated four blocks of Canadian cheddar cheese.
I didn't realize that either were verboten.
It is true... Tango Piola is a predator. His students are tourist women and are usually beginner tango dancers. They find him on Tripadvisor and are attracted by the absurdly low price he charges. I had a class with him in 2012 (2013?) and I can see that he hasn't changed his ways.
I have enrolled for a mosaic course and have been asked to deposit a small sum into an HSBC bank account in order to secure my spot in the class.
How do I do this?
I don't have an Argie bank account.
Do I have to go directly to an HSBC? Or can I go to a Rapipago or something...