South America Living

Blogs About Argentina

Blogs by cool folks who live in Argentina. Many take it one step further and give Tango lessons, Patagonia tours and guided trips through Salta to Mendoza. Want to be an expat in Argentina too? Find out how in our FREE Living in Argentina Guide.     Map of Argentina

Vamos Spanish Academy in Buenos Aires Blog

Vamos Spanish Academy in Buenos Aires Blog – articles on events in Buenos Aires in addition to information on their Spanish classes. Volunteer opportunities focusing on conservation projects and community education are available through the school – you do not have to pay to volunteer, only for your housing and food costs.

A Taste of Argentina – blog by a Canadian living in San Rafael – near Mendoza who fancies good wine and food but also writes humorous posts about her adventures in Argentina such as one entitled, “Aerospeak” about all the Spanish to English translation blunders on Aerolineas Argentinas in-flight magazine. Example? “On my trips going from strength to strength in Argentina of latex, I always pot for the window seat.” Hmmm, that does sound a bit off 🙂

Tango Cherie – musings of an expatriate from California, USA who loves to Tango and lives in Buenos Aires. She not only loves the dance, she is a skilled instructor who gives bilingual Tango Lessons, Tango Tours and Tango Taxi Dancing (either her or her partner Ruben will accompany and dance with a client at a milonga of their choosing).

If visiting the capital and want to Tango – Cherie is the gal to get to know! Contact information on the blog.

Patagonia Living – articles on life in Patagonia from “…a freelance journalist and writer (Christie Pashby) specialized in tourism, wine, adventure and hotels focusing mainly on Chile, Argentina and Western Canada”. Covers all aspects of life in Patagonia from tourism to environmental projects to community news such as when a new runway for Bariloche will begin construction.

Christie doesn’t stop there. Her and her partner Max Schoffel have run an adventure tour company together since 2003 – The Patagonia Travel Company. Both sites have a multitude of lovely photos.

Bombilla – “Drinking up life through a South American Straw” – yes, that is a quote from the blog title! Welcome to Trevor Schrock´s musings on life in Argentina from the vantage point of Cordoba.

Seashells & Sunflowers – award-winning blog by Katie Alley about her “expat journey from the suburbs of Philadelphia to the seaside city of Necochea” and the many journeys within Argentina that came after. Many classic Argentine recipes & lots of photos.

A Domestic Disturbance – lots of photos and lots of recipes from a blogger in Rosario, Argentina. An American citizen, follow his journey to obtaining permanent residency in Argentina via his one-year old civil ceremony wedding.

Sugar & Spice – The Blog – great resource for those thinking of moving to Buenos Aires, Argentina with children by an expat from the U.S. who lives in the city and runs a company by the same name – Suger & Spice. Fun posts about great things to do with kids in B.A.

NW Nomad – lots of photos from a wanderer who has found themselves landed in Salta, Argentina. And if you need an experienced English-speaking ‘wine connoisseur’ guide to Salta, JuJuy or Mendoza – this may be your guy! A zillion photos plus contact information on the blog.

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