It is filthy, too - full of discarded condoms. My cousin used to walk her dogs there - now that's impossible.
This is a very good question that I have often wondered about (being in the same position of having two passports): Can they see on their system that the person entering Argentina on one passport is the same person who left the previous day on another passport?
As far As I hear..Take Notice1. No, the muchachas con manija hang out over near the backside of the Hipódromo.
2. We're not talking about pickups for casual sex. We're talking about meeting people for long-term relationship.
3. Seriously, you think just walking in proximity to transvestites is dangerous? Really? Like, they have cooties or something? Or it's contagious?
Some time ago I took a remise driven by a policeman, moonlighting for some extra money. Told me he used to be stationed on Plaza Serrano but got sick of dealing with travestis who, in his words, were "unpredictable as women but strong as men". After being beat up several times, he got scared and requested a transfer.As far As I hear..Take Notice
- The Location of the Con Manija sex workers, is next to the BA Tennis Lawn Club, but never mind give or take a mile more or less,
- The individuals that walk around that Area at 7 a.m. are not searching for long-term relationships
- As you may know from Police Reports transvestite prostitutes are armed and can rob you and leave you bleeding in the woods, not too many report it since they are "De Trampa". transvestites also sell cocaine and pills, transvestites have pimps watching in the dark checking license plates of pickupers to protect their partners they can be aggressive, transvestite sex workers die young due to high rate of HIV contagious..! Walking in that area is NOT advisable.
I would suspect that if they were to look up your file in detail for whatever reason they could definitely find out that you have two passports given that you've used both to enter the country at some point in time and so this should be somewhere in migraciones' records.This is a very good question that I have often wondered about (being in the same position of having two passports): Can they see on their system that the person entering Argentina on one passport is the same person who left the previous day on another passport?
I rent a studio with other creative types and make artwork.Hi, this is a question I've always wanted to ask expats/immigrants who don't have a full time job here in arg. What do all of you do in your day to day lives (pre-coronavirus)? I've been in BA for about a year now (on a sabbatical of sorts) and prior to corona I used to go on trips around the country once or twice a month, so for me it's mostly about relaxing and escaping from the stressful life that I had back home.
Over the past few weeks I've started to seriously consider my future life/career path and although on paper it seems that I would have enough money to live quite comfortably in Argentina without working, I can't really imagine what I'd be doing on a daily basis for the next few decades if I were to stop working for good. So, for those of you that are here to stay in the long run, what do you do to keep yourselves entertained?
Given all the uncertainty with Argentina's new wealth tax and the possibility that Migraciones is likely to, or at some future point will be sharing info with AFIP ... you could be setting yourself up for a problem if you have significant assets to protect.Haha thanks for all the ideas - I guess it ultimately boils down to what it is that I want in my life (what a difficult question!).
On an unrelated sidenote do any of you have experience in getting a rentista visa? I've been hopping in and out of the country to Uruguay/Chile/Brazil to renew my 90 days but I was contemplating if it'd be a good idea to get a proper DNI?
My understanding is that the file search is based on name and date of birth. My British passport number changes every time I renew it but they still know all my entrances and exits.good point, I have 2 passports so I alternate between them when I cross the arg border, not actually sure if the Migraciones guy can see the details of both my passports on the computer at the same time though haha