- 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: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Dan’s other channel: https://goo.gl/dmiZPS
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.
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
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 ...
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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
http://www.expedia.com/Buenos-Aires.d178242.Destination-Travel-Guides Named for good sailing winds, Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and home to nearly a quarter of the country’s two million residents. Come for the stunning European architecture, and stay for delicious cuts of meat, the city’s zest for soccer, and, of course, the tango. “The Paris of South America” boasts outstanding shopping and a friendly populace. A tour of Buenos Aires should cut through La Boca Harbor, where you’ll find numerous street vendors, restaurants, and street dancers willing to give you a spin. Wander down the streets to take in colorful artwork, and make a game out of asking the locals what neighborhood you should tour next. Here’s a hint: with so much to see, everyone will give you a different a...
Cities - The Real Buenos Aires 1 of 2 - BBC Travel Documentary, recorded 02.10.2010 To arrive in Buenos Aires is to find oneself somewhere at once deeply familiar and entirely new. Buenos Aires is sometimes called 'the Paris of the South' With its mix of old world charm and new world edginess, Buenos Aires has an electricity about it that is hard to describe, but impossible not to notice. Argentina began as a backwater of Spain's South American colonies but by the early 20th Century had risen to become one of the richest nations in the world. The expression 'rich as an Argentine' was bandied about in Europe, as boatloads of portenos landed on the continent - often with servants in tow - to do the grand tour. The city still lays claim to the title 'Paris of the South' and...
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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.
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