Hi Expats! I recently did a really cool "day trip" to Pilar to learn Polo and had SO much fun - it's a really well run program (called ArgentinaPoloDay) and really affordable and full of an awesome staff. I would love to find some more expats to join and/or keep playing with - I'm still very much a beginner but am dying to get back out there and would love to see some more foreigners join :) Highly recommend this spot as well for anyone looking for a fun day trip or a cool activity to take some visiting friends too - you (obviously) don't need to come with any skills!
Hi, Im travelling from Australia with my girlfriend in March 2016 to compete in the Buenos Aires Half Ironman Triathlon and would like to know if there is anywhere I can hire 2 x road racing bicycles so we can compete in the event without having to bring our own bicylce over as we plan to travel around after the event. Thanks Marty
I can't understand who and why invented this ridiculous points and promotion system in Argentine football, where you have to have a calculator with you to see what is your "promedio" more than the actual points you have. I mean, if in Spain, Italy, France, England, Germany, and so many other places it is as simple as one long championship, the first is champion and the last goes down, why change here? And doesn't it have a lot to do with the appalling quality of the game? Is anybody winning here, not the spectator?
I hear some are saying Radamel Falcao should win the player of the year award. Would this be fair, maybe to break the monotony of Messi who is clearly the best and getting better every year? Apart from that, a great guy, a good sportsman, clean player. Maybe the attitude is, if Messi is going to win so many, why not give somebody else a chance? Just thoughts...