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Recommended Expat Blogs: Argentina

In our InterNations Recommended Blog section we let you take the spotlight! Expat life in general is, of course, a perfect breeding ground for great, user-generated reads, and life in Argentina makes no exception. Take your time and browse the great blogs showcased in this article!

Everybody who has spent time in a different country knows that expat life is not quite like anything else in the world. The confusion of the first few days and weeks, the slow, but steady process of acclimation, the little peculiarities and quirks that might strike you about your new surroundings: almost any situation you encounter can make for a great story. If you are so inclined and want to blog about it, of course!

Our InterNations recommended blog section features talented expat bloggers from around the world. Their offerings to the blogosphere have been selected for their great entries and high quality, whether they may be funny, informative, interesting, deeply personal or a combination of all of the above.

Let’s hear from our featured bloggers in Argentina:

Samuel: Good Morning Buenos Aires

If I had it all to do again, I would not change a thing.  One of the great aspects of living in a foreign culture is that it brings back the fascination of childhood wherein every day is a new and wonderful experience.

Amelia: Amelia McGoldrick Blog

I have met the best people, both locals and expats, and I have made some incredible friends that will no doubt be in my life for a very long time!

Dawn: The Gill Family  

Be flexible (and patient). Don’t expect things to be the same as at home. Enjoy your time here: it is a really wonderful place to live.

David: Estancia La Margarita

Biggest thing for me was when they eat dinner. It’s never before 9 and most often at 10 and indeed can be at 11 or even 12. It took a bit of getting used to, but now it’s normal for me.

Vivi: My Beautiful Air

I’m not sure any amount of research or preparation could have prepared me for what was waiting for me here. I did it anyway and learned and grew through many challenging experiences. I wouldn’t change anything about my decision; however, I try to provide realistic information and expectations to others who are contemplating a similar move. 

Paolo Greco

"My wife has found her job through InterNations. That is great as our fresh start in Buenos Aires was kind of tough for us both."

Ida Hagen

"If you want to meet interesting international people in Buenos Aires, go to the InterNations events! I am doing that -- everyone is doing that."

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