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The eruptions, the bubbling passion, the fire – Vesuvius might as well be mixed into the Argentine gene pool.Blowing hot and cold is all part of the game so take an Argentine-size pinch of salt when embarking on a new adventure. In fact, you’ll have to work even harder since being single is apparently in fashion, even when Tinder and Happn are the most popular dating apps these days (with 20 and 10 million users each other).I WAS LIVING ALONE IN BUENOS AIRES for a couple months, working online from a tiny studio apartment in the city center. The first awkward moment on this date was when I showed up at the chic, trendy bar wearing alpaca wool from Bolivia, and hiking shoes.I wanted every single day to be different and new and only possible in Buenos Aires. I learned my fashion lesson the hard way as he gave me the expat briefing on the hip Palermo district of Buenos Aires.Belief systems, standards of behaviour and assumptions will be different.
In Buenos Aires I rarely pay for coffee, a cocktail or dinner – unless I’m out with a foreign guy – and my forehead remains logo-free.
One girl tried to stab a French-Canadian friend with scissors; another story involved a gay Satan worshipper picked up at San Telmo’s Sunday fair, who was later found to have a net hanging above his bed.
Who knows how many unsuspecting gringos have been caught up in his web?
As seen on the cover of my Time Out Buenos Aires guide book, the obelisk is one of city’s most iconic sites. I like reading, walking, dancing, music in general, travelling and know about others cultures and lands. He was researching the impact of cruise ships on the Patagonian coast.
I brought the guide book with me because both of us had relocated to Buenos Aires (he was a freelance graphic designer who had chosen Buenos Aires as his current headquarters), but the city was still very new to both of us. We went on an all-day site-seeing marathon by foot, bus, and subway. It was almost like he had read my entire blog and was making things up based on what I had written.
I run a business from my laptop so I’ve got that kind of flexibility.”The first encounter: Bar Seis in Palermo Viejo for my first Coke and Fernet, the signature herbal liquor of Argentina.