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In Buenos Aires, ’tis the season all kids wait for and most parents dread – vacaciones de invierno, or winter break. When as a student you can finally say chau to homework and class, and as an adult you’re …

Luis Caputo, whose role as the President of Argentina’s Central Bank includes controlling the value of the peso and restricting Argentina’s rapid devaluation as much as possible, came under fire after a picture of the official sunbathing emerged this week.

After a grey, gloomy week punctuated with bouts of rain, it seems as if blue skies are indeed on the horizon. The sun is scheduled to make appearance this weekend, and will hopefully shine well into the foreseeable future, so …

Tis the season for long lines and budget tightening. The start of the highly anticipated sale of low-cost train tickets for the months of December, January, February and March has finally kicked off with hopeful passengers turning out in their …

You may have noticed the streets of Buenos Aires are eerily empty these days, and that’s because Porteños have fled the concrete jungle in search of more aquamarine pastures, generally in Brazil or Uruguay.

That’s right: turns out more vacationers

So we haven’t stopped complaining about summer’s ever-so-slow arrival to Buenos Aires this year and today it not only hit us, it hit us hard and has had everyone looking for an ocean-side escape. And by ocean, I mean Brazil …

While my assignment was to write a comprehensive travel guide for San Carlos de Bariloche, to be honest I couldn’t be bothered.

You see, that would require research and imagination. Those things take time. Time that could be spent eating …