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Soul Searching: Modern Day Missionaries in Argentina

Soul Searching: Modern Day Missionaries in Argentina

In Argentina, the word ‘missions’ will instantly call to mind the Jesuits, but Anna Hill meets with four young Protestants who have relocated to Argentina to share their message.

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Top 5 Tastes of Home

Top 5 Tastes of Home

Fed-up of facturas? Sick of steak? If you’ve had your fill of Argentine cuisine, sometimes what you crave most is good grub from home, exactly the way your Mum/Mom/Mamma/Maman makes it. In a city packed full of restaurants boasting every type of cuisine from Peruvian to Japanese, hungry customers really are spoilt for choice. To […]

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Analyse This: Therapy in English

Analyse This: Therapy in English

Buenos Aires rivals New York for having the world’s highest ratio of therapists to inhabitants. Anna Hill meets two practitioners from the US who cater to the city’s English-speaking community.

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Hot ‘n’ Spicy – A Saucy Escapade in BA

Hot ‘n’ Spicy – A Saucy Escapade in BA

Nick Mills meets with Mark Sandusky and Kevin Dean, North American expats who are bringing hot sauce to Argentina with a musical twist, regularly selling while playing at the San Telmo market on Sundays.

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Esther-Marie Merz: Cross-cultural Communicator

Esther-Marie Merz: Cross-cultural Communicator

German ex-pat Esther-Marie Merz, 37, moved to Buenos Aires six years ago as a freelance foreign correspondent. Having recently published her first book, she also runs runs a cross-cultural communication consultancy called EMM – Experiences Multicultural Markets.

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University Women’s Club: More Than Ladies Who Lunch

University Women’s Club: More Than Ladies Who Lunch

Founded in 1935 with the aim of furthering cultural and educational interests for English-speaking women in Buenos Aires, and the UWC has maintained its aim as Anna Hill discovers.

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Oasis Collections Clubhouse

Oasis Collections Clubhouse

Oasis Collections, founded in 2008, has long established itself as the frontrunner in its field of upmarket real estate offerings across South America. Their late 2010 opening of a clubhouse in the heart of Palermo led to a buzz that was nothing short of spectacular.

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Hypothetical History: British Argentina

Hypothetical History: British Argentina

Ever wondered what would have happened if the British had been successful in conquering Argentina back in 1807? Yosef Robinson, creator of ‘British Argentina’ thinks he has an idea.

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BA lives: For 91 Days

BA lives: For 91 Days

A combination of wanderlust and creativity led photographer Jürgen Horn and travel writer Michael Powell come up with ‘For 91 Days’ a concept that aims to go beyond travelling with the couple moving to a new city every 91 days. For now the city is Buenos Aires.

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Forget eBay. Dive into The Mule Pool

Forget eBay. Dive into The Mule Pool

The Mule Pool is a marketplace where people who travel often can connect with people who want stuff from other countries, and could be just the answer to your prayers for Baked beans, Hershey’s Kisses or Vegemite.

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