Shocking poverty in the north-east provinces

sergio

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Over a decade ago I went up to Posadas to meet a friend. I'd been around Argentina - Mendoza, Ushuaia, Bariloche, Salta, Cordoba, the Atlantic Coast, etc but this was my first time in Missiones. I was stunned when I saw Posadas. It was "third world" in a way I had never seen in Argentina. The heat and humidity along with the vegetation added to the sense that I was far from the Europeanized Argentina I was familiar with. Interesting that the Daily Mail should publish this because you can see similar or worse scenes in most of Latin America.
 

camberiu

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Life outside the BA bubble is very different indeed. The real Argentina has little to do with the Europeanized Potemkin village most expats live in.
 
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