To a foreigner, Buenos Aires offers new experience every day. I want to share it with you.
Lessons of history
Watching television this past Friday, 24 March, gave me an opportunity to learn from reminiscences about the “National Reorganization Process” that started when a military junta led by […]
What has been the most irritating thing for me in Argentina so far?
Despite Argentina not living up to its potential, life for most in the country is good. It has been good for me. There is one thing that definitely […]
Jobs for the boys
On July 31, 2013, President Obama formally nominated Mr. Mamet to the post of U.S. ambassador to Argentina, despite the fact that Mr. Mamet has never been to Argentina, and […]
US Presidential Elections
The US Republican party did not win the elections – Mr. Trump did – despite all the insults and criticisms aimed at him by both the Democrats and […]
Spring is here, wouldn’t you know?!
On the morning of 21 September I was woken up by repeated beeping of my Argentine wife’s cell phone letting us know that new messages arrived. One, two, […]
Cynical Buenos Aires
The other day I chanced to see something I am not likely ever to forget. On one of the busy avenues of Buenos Aires there was a torso […]
Argentina has its problems but…
Argentina has its problems but they are largely home made. Effects of global warming is not one of them. There appears to be accepted a not very-well validated […]
Christmas is coming!
Although I have no idea how it came about that Father Christmas or Santa Claus have become a part of this christian holiday, the fact is that they […]
Underneath the Arches
I read that Argentina railway network was at the end of the 2nf World War some 47,000 km long, and was one of the most extensive and […]