Interesting. I went by that school a few weeks ago. I kept repeating the name in my head but still forgot it! lol. I have to run out but will have a look when I get back. Thanks.Canick said:
I take courses at a photography school which is ran by the local government so it is FREE. You do not have to pay to take courses and it is said it is the best in BACanick said:hi I'm nick from canada. I'm new to the site and primarily looking for a way to meet people (both expats and locals) that's not just in a bar environment. I seem to have that side covered!
I thought perhaps on top of my spanish classes, I could also take some other educational or interesting courses while i was here. (For instance a photography course). As an intermediate level speaker, I am however worried my Spanish may not be sufficient to understand everything.
Does anyone have any suggestions for interesting courses to take (in English or Spanish) that are not just about learning the language or Tango/salsa?
any suggestions much appreciated
Hi Marie, Do you have the details of this photography course, I am struggling to find it. I have just moved to BA and am a bit nervous of turning up to bars on my own so thought classes would be a good way to start! Cheers. Sarahmarie said:I take courses at a photography school which is ran by the local government so it is FREE. You do not have to pay to take courses and it is said it is the best in BA
of course it is in Great Buenos Aires, Avellaneda, specifically. But many people from other sides in Buenos Aires are attending this school.