In a continuation of the Odd Jobs Series, I am highlighting expat tour guides who have found their niche in Buenos Aires. Last time, I interviewed Jonny and Marina from Graffitimundo.Next up…. Meet Chance from BA LOCAL.
BA LOCAL provides private tours, including city tours, off-the-beaten-path More >
In the previous Odd Jobs for expats interview, you met Jonathan from Buenos Aires Local Tours.Next up . . . Jonny and Marina from Graffitimundo What is your tourism niche in BA?
Buenos Aires is such a huge, exciting city with lots of history, grand architecture, diverse artwork, high-end fashion, and much more. Because of all of this, there are a lot of tour guides More >
Sure, we have people dress up in silly costumes and hold signs to draw in customers in the US.But this is different. This seems much worse. Human Billboards
This is on Avenida Santa Fe at Plaza Italia, one of the busiest parts of the More >
I decided to do a series on odd jobs in Buenos Aires because ,well, I find some of the jobs I’ve seen people doing here quite interesting.
If you travel to Buenos Aires on one of those cheap holiday offers, you will definitely notice the first odd job featured in this post.The first odd job More >
My first weekend here, there were two events that I HAD TO ATTEND!!
I have met many expats who have come here for a long-term visit to “try out” the city…And they never leave.
After living here for four months, I totally get it.Buenos Aires sucks you in.
You always feel as if there is so much more to see and so More >
I have written before about the great art in Buenos Aires. I have visited quite a few galleries and attended multiple art events. There are so many options to choose from in this city, and most are free.The importance and accessibility of art is one of the reasons I love this city.
When I heard More >