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Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter IV

Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter IV

Columnist Daniel Tunnard continues with the story of his move from the bright lights of Buenos Aires to sleepy riverside town Concepción del Uruguay.

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A Night to Remember: The UWC Turns 80

A Night to Remember: The UWC Turns 80

Last Thursday the University Women’s Club Buenos Aires celebrated the club’s 80th birthday over dinner in Recoleta.

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Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter III

Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter III

Columnist Daniel Tunnard continues with the story of his move from the bright lights of Buenos Aires to sleepy riverside town Concepción del Uruguay.

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Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter II

Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter II

Columnist Daniel Tunnard continues with the story of his move from the bright lights of Buenos Aires to sleepy riverside town Concepción del Uruguay.

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Córdoba: Something’s Going on in Barrio Güemes

Córdoba: Something’s Going on in Barrio Güemes

Hugh Stanley says a spate of new openings makes the bohemain Barrio Güemes the place to be and be seen when out and about in Argentina’s second city.

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Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter I

Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter I

In a new column for the Indy, Daniel Tunnard describes adjusting to life in Concepción del Uruguay, a small town in Entre Ríos, Argentina, after 16 years in Buenos Aires.

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Expat Stories: Drummer Boy

Expat Stories: Drummer Boy

David Moran sits down with Michael Hahn, who moved to Argentina from Germany in the post-war years, about adjusting to Latin culture, and playing drums in his youth.

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13 Sayings that only Argentines Will Understand

13 Sayings that only Argentines Will Understand

Learn some of castellano’s more colourful expressions with this guide to colloquial Argentine sayings from Daniel Tunnard.

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Introducing The New Indy Mobile App

Introducing The New Indy Mobile App

We are delighted to present you with our new mobile app, allowing you to read The Argentina Independent on your Android phone or tablet, wherever you are.

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Author Spotlight: Jessica Talbot

Author Spotlight: Jessica Talbot

Sarah Moses catches up with New Zealand author and psychologist Jessica Talbot, whose new book ‘Picaflor’ describes her search for ‘home’ in South America.

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