Mendoza is a wine-soaked desert in northern-central Argentina, and my first visit there also marks the first time I laid eyes on the Andes, to date my favourite sight in the world. Please enjoy my photos from that trip!
All I wanted was a pair of black slippers that fit me…
She asked me the name of my new Spanish school, and I proudly responded.
I wasn’t expecting her face to drop.
Here is a collection of photos which for me represent “only in Argentina” moments. By that, I mean, an overly stereotyped portrayal of things that stand out to me in every day life in Argentina. And by Argentina, I mean Buenos Aires.
As part of my homework for the weekend, I was asked to write an essay detailing the international relations disaster that is the Japanese government’s method of dealing with past war crimes. I was thrilled. However…
Well, the World Cup for 2014 is over. And what a time it was to be in Argentina! Here are some photos and videos I’ve taken of the fever.
It’s no far stretch to say that Buenos Aires has a rich history of street art. Sometimes very creative, sometimes very poignant, the art of the city has a lot to offer, especially in this time of economic flux and political movement.
I thought I was being asked to have a photo taken to promote my Spanish school, but I found out last-minute that it was actually a video and had to think of something pretty quickly.
After a long stint in Japan, I arrived in Buenos Aires to live in mid-April, 2014, and it’s been odd starting to live in a country where I don’t speak the language so well.
In Melbourne in-between living in Japan and Argentina, I made friends with a Japanese woman and decided to show her what animals Australia has to offer.