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How to be Argentinian – 1st episode

Drinking Mate Mate: sometimes erroneously spelled maté in English, but never in Spanish or Portuguese), also known as yerba mate, chimarrão (Portuguese or cimarrón (Spanish), is a traditional South American caffeine-rich infused drink, particularly in Argentina (where it is defined as the “national infusion”), Uruguay, Paraguay, the Bolivian Chaco and Southern Brazil, and in southern Chile. It is also consumed by the Druze in Syria, the largest importer in the […]

A tourist in my own country

These were the times when I was a tourist in my own city and I used to go to see every single theatre play on stage and after it me and my friends used to go to have dinner at Edelweiss, meeting place for celebrities after finishing their functions. At the entrance we met China […]

Visiting Buenos Aires from Israel

I had so many wonderful guests … one very special one was Yuval, he came with dozens of friends, everywhere he goes he makes friends. He is a poet, adorable human-being.  Yuval was the one who showing appreciation wanted to organise the first web-page for the rentals business and he drafted a very good one. […]

La felicitá al potere

Today I received a whatsapp message from Gabriele, an Italian guest who stayed in a San Telmo apartment months ago: “Kiki!!!! I was reading a book on Uruguayan ex-president Pepe Mujica and I found you!!! You are everywhere.” I was walking up, still a little bit asleep so shocked and surprised and all that adventure […]

Last tango in Buenos Aires

Dancers block street as government decides to close dance halls Dozens of tango dancers block one of Buenos Aires’ main avenues on Friday in protest against the government’s decision to close ‘milongas’ or tango bars, for failing to meet certain requirements or present paperwork on time. Argentine tango originated at the ending of the 19th […]

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