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First Day of Group Spanish Classes in Buenos Aires

Last monday I started group Spanish classes at the Buenos Aires Spanish Center (BASP) near Congreso. BASP is a 2-week intensive Spanish program and classes are from 9:30am to 1:30pm (with a short break in between). The first 2 hours are spent on Spanish grammar and vocab while the second half of class focuses on conversational Spanish practice (and dirty jokes). The team …

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How to Survive a Futbol Match in Buenos Aires

I decided to take a page out of Kate Hudson’s book and create a “How To” guide for Argentina football fans who want to attend a match here in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This is the first of many “T2T How To Guides” about traveling to Buenos Aires. Hopefully it will be a good travel resource & entertaining guide for those looking …

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Inspiration: The Buried Life on MTV

I’m sure many of you have already seen this but it’s so amazing to me that I had to put it up. This show has nothing to do with Buenos Aires or Argentina but at the same time has everything to do with traveling deeper, living your dreams, work and travel, and the Tourist2Townie.com project. A few weeks ago some …

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Vacation Destinations in Sharm El Sheik

Egypt is a popular vacation choice for many and there are a number of great destinations in this country. Going for Sharm El Sheikh holidays and seeing this popular tourist spot is a great way to unwind and relax in Egypt. The following are some of the best places to consider staying. Beach Vacation The beach is what Sharm El …

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Argentina Airport Reciprocity Fee at Ezeiza (EZE)

For those reading this in the states and thinking about making the trip down to Buenos Aires I should let you know that as of January 1st the Argentine Government put into place a $131 US Dollar Entry Fee for all US Citizens at the Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) [best flight tracker]. The Argentine Interior Department had this to say… “The …