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It’s March, summer’s coming to a close, and you know what that means, it’s time for Carnaval long weekend! Apart from the music, the dancing, the costumes and the fun, it’s one of the biggest holidays of the …

The Carnaval murga madness is reaching its end this climax in Buenos Aires with one last, huge fiesta taking place on Monday. Yes, the reason you’re getting four blissful days off work this week is that porteños will be taking …

With a heat index of 35+ degrees one day, and dealing with sweater weather the next, we’re all a bit confused over here at Bubble HQ. With blue skies looking likely to be back on the agenda this weekend, hopefully,

All photos were taken by Lautaro Sourigues. You can see more of his work on Instagram.

If you are among those that think Uruguay is essentially just another Argentine province, you are dead wrong. Argentina doesn’t have Candombe.…

Disappointed that Carnaval parties are now over? Or, more to the point, that those four blissful work free days have passed in a flash?

If you didn’t quite get your fill of the Carnaval fever, or all this celebrating has …

Get some cash now, because starting tomorrow (except for Banco Provincia, who already started striking, today), you’ll be hard-pressed to find any.

As protest during salary negotiations, bank workers will be striking tomorrow. Combine that with the upcoming long weekend …

Few things can compare to the exhilarating sensation of having a four-day long weekend ahead of you except, perhaps, the thought of what you’re going to do with such an incredible amount of free time! As Buenos Aires prepares …

It’s that time of year again where we all get to enjoy a double feriado – four full days where you won’t have to do anything work related at all.

Total bliss, we hear you say. But what if you’re …

The most vexing ritual of Carnaval in Argentina (for me) is that people start spraying you in the eyes with stain-lifting carpet foam – even though the labels CLEARLY STATE, both in Spanish and via helpful pictograph, that this practice …