You have to start somewhere, right?
I’m living in Argentina – great food, great people and a different way of doing things. Don’t just wait for a chance, make it happen and experience life in another country!
I’ve been living in different countries for the last 10 years. It’s definitely worthwhile as you learn so much about different people and places, but it’s always up to you to make the effort to fit in.
There’s so much red tape involved in moving to Argentina (if you do it by the book). You really wont believe until you try. But once your residence papers are in order then you can sit back and enjoy everything that Argentina has to offer. Just make sure you come here with a good plan!
Here’s my blog about living in Argentina
It’s so close but so far… (I’m living in Argentina). Hopefully someday I’ll get the chance to visit Machu Picchu.
How do the Noble Repulge make their pastry that way? I want to learn how to make empanadas the way they make them!
I first visited Argentina a few years ago and loved the pace and activity in Buenos Aires and the beautiful scenery in other parts of the country.
Well now I’m married to an Argentinian girl and made the big move to the country earlier this year. Things have finally settled down and are going well but the first few months were much tricker than I expected – the process to get permanent residency in Argentina was a huge time-waster and you really need to be well prepared beforehand.
I’d still recommend living in Argentina to anyone – just keep an open mind as things work here quite differently to other places in the world.