- published: 12 Apr 2017
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What's up guys!!! So in this vlog episode, I talk about some of the pros and cons of living in Buenos Aires Argentina. Haha, I made a rookie move and didn't look at the camera haha sorry. I'll be sure to not do that in the next vlog. As always...you guys are AWESOME thank you for the good vibes and support! Please subscribe and hit that notification button.
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Learn More via Dan's Blog: http://layerculture.com In this video: During 2015 Dan arrived in the city of Buenos Aires to live for 3 months. Here are some clips taken from the first few weeks of exploring the city. Beats by: https://goo.gl/5mpt3f. To Layer Culture means to dig deeper into the ideas, customs and behaviour of a group of people. See why Dan started to Layer Culture: https://youtu.be/gH9kJqSGeBM Keep up with Layer Culture: Layer Culture Facebook: https://goo.gl/gcaiOp Layer Culture Instagram: http://goo.gl/0H3mKb Send Dan personal mail: email@example.com Visit Dan’s other channel: https://goo.gl/dmiZPS
In this video I tell you about the price of food in Buenos Aires. If the video was interesting push Like and subscribe to the channel. channel about oure travel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl7EhHME6rNl7uTCeQ4P22Q our website: http://www.wetravelin.com our instagram: https://www.instagram.com/we_travel_in/ our group in facebook: https: //www.facebook.com/Wetravelinco Good to know: There is cheap fly: http://search.aviasales.ru/searches/n... Here you can get $ 20 free: https://www.airbnb.ru/c/iwetravelin?s=8 Here you can find a hotel anywhere in the world: http://www.booking.com/?aid=355343&am...
There are tons of gorgeous men and women in Buenos Aires. So how does it feel to be a single woman that feels out of place in a city full of models? In this episode, we follow Sole, an Argentinian native who grew tired of being different and decided to do something about it. ENJOY/SHARE/SUBSCRIBE! Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarinaDating FB updates: http://www.facebook/datingwithoutboders http://www.datingbeyondborders.com Business/personal emails: firstname.lastname@example.org #DBB
Wander off the beaten track and discover the true Buenos Aires. The Argentine capital is bursting with life on the streets, in the parks and at the many outdoor cafés. The porteño (the local name for someone born and bred in Buenos Aires) DJ Martin Lamelas takes iFly KLM Magazine and you on a journey through 'his' Buenos Aires. More travel inspiration on www.iflymagazine.com
I was people watching at a busy hours in the Capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. Just in this video you are able to see the daily life and the struggle of life of the people around the world. There more and more and fast and faster the people of the Rural population is arriving in the cities around the world.
I spent the last 6 months working in Buenos Aires, Argentina where I was able to make e a lot of unforgettable experiences. I made this video as a little memory of my time there. Thank you to all the people who made this time so special! Some of the places in the video include the Obelisco, San Telmo, Boca, La Bombonera (B. Juniors) , Catedral, Palermo, Floralis Genérica, Cementerio de Recoleta, Teatro Colon, El Monumental (River Plate) & Puerto Madero. I used a GoPro Hero 3+ and the DJI Phantom drone for the videos alongside Final Cut Pro X for the editing. I hope you enjoy it! Music: Pete Rodriguez - I Like It Like That iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/i-l... Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/track/2s3TL6... I do not own any rights to the music in this video. All music rig...
A crazy night out in Buenos Aires, Argentina - from the swank bars of Recoleta to the nightclubs of Palermo. Check out our buddies! + Geronimo Usuna: https://www.instagram.com/gmousuna/ + Leandro Usuna: https://www.instagram.com/leleusuna/?hl=en + Gonzalo Saez Gil: https://www.facebook.com/gonzalo.s.gil Places we went: + Pony Line Bar: http://www.fourseasons.com/buenosaires/dining/lounges/pony_line/ + Museum of Architecture & Design: https://www.turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/atractivo/museo-de-arquitectura-y-dise%C3%B1o + The Food Truck Store: http://www.paniniba.com/#!the-food-truck-store/zoom/mainPage/dataItem-igjyxivo + Club 69: https://www.facebook.com/Club69BuenosAires/ SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN THE ADVENTURE! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers We're Alex and Marko Ayling, vagabond brothe...
Asuin helmi-maaliskuun 2015 Buenos Airesissa espanjaa ja elämää opiskellen, ja tältä näytti peruspäivä Argentiinassa asustellessa. // I'm already back in London but still wanted to put together these clips from last month when I was living in Buenos Aires. I miss that sun and hot weather and my cute apartment in Palermo! Don't miss that empty fridge though.... instagram.com/britannika twitter.com/annikasatu www.missbritannika.com
I’m going to tell you a little bit about my study abroad experience so far. My favorite part of the whole experience is just being a part of such a fun and lively city. Buenos Aires is about the size of New York City, and, just like New York City, it always has something going on. People in the streets bustling about, parks are always full on beautiful days, go outside, enjoy the culture, enjoy all the activities—it’s a great way to pass the day. Another one of my favorite things here is the people I live with. I live in a house with 17 other students from the United States along with one very special Host Mother famous among study abroad students for brightening up everyone’s day. She is a very caring woman who will talk your ear off for an hour straight in Spanish whether you know what ...
You will love this city tour as it enters almost every corner. Entire video is fascinating, but especially middle section and the last sections of this video is amazing and it will make you feel as if you are touring the city. Longer tour of the city. This city has everything and it is really beautiful! There are some intriguing sections of the city which is completely different than your usual sections and corners.
Buenos Aires is one of the world’s most beguiling places, best known worldwide for the tango, its most famous cultural export. It is a dance of passion, sensuality, longing and nostalgia that is an apt metaphor for this city where everything is approached, considered and conducted with passion. Buenos Aires is also friendly, welcoming, open and accessible in a way that makes it easy, once you’ve experienced it, to say, “I could see myself living here.” This is a city that is both Latin American and European in culture and lifestyle. It’s a place that feels both comfortably familiar and different and exciting. The city boasts both green, sprawling parks and impressive world-class architecture. It’s a place where the new and the old worlds blend harmoniously. Karina Martinez-Carter covers ...
Si l’architecture des grandes villes nous paraît familière, les aspects les plus intimes de ces villes restent inconnus. « Big City Life » nous invite à découvrir des métropoles avec un regard de l’intérieur. L’habitat révèle divers aspects de la société comme l’image d’une culture et une réflexion sur ceux qui y vivent. C’est cette alchimie que la série tente de déchiffrer à travers chaque habitant. Un cuisinier, un couturier, un réalisateur… nous accueillent dans leur environnement intime fait de luxe, de beauté et de confort à Athènes, Barcelone, Buenos Aires, Montréal, Sydney, Stockholm… ▲ Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne ici : http://bit.ly/11lw9PF ! ▲ Nos nouvelles vidéos : http://bit.ly/1vsBJ8y ▲ Suivez-nous sur Facebook : http://on.fb.me/11lxia3
Mickela Mallozzi experiences life as a local in Buenos Aires: sightseeing at San Telmo's Sunday Market, visiting Recoleta Cemetery, eating parilla, and of course, dancing tango. SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/BareFeetSubscribe WEBSITE: http://travelbarefeet.com FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/travelbarefeet INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/travelbarefeet (@travelbarefeet) TWITTER: http://twitter.com/travelbarefeet (@travelbarefeet) Watch the full episode on your local PBS station, on the PBS App, or on www.PBS.org! Sponsored by Borello Travel & Tours (www.borellotravel.com) and Design Suites (www.designsuites.com) ©2010-2017 Sauce & Liver Productions, LLC Bare Feet™ theme - 'Seven' by the Lemon Bucket Orkestra
Our first trip with the program was to Buenos Aires. Before actually arriving to the capital, we stopped by La Estancia Santa Susana, a gaucho ranch where we had the opportunity to eat empanadas, horseback riding, and see various dance performances. We spent about three days touring part of the city, theaters, cathedrals, and parks.