Is that Tigre as in north of the city? I have been there. If it is somewhere else please give me details as I would love to check it out! 16 months ago
Argentina has started off great so far. This time I decided to hook up with something immediately so I wouldn’t waste my time looking around for things to do or people to meet. Did a thing called http://www.dayclickerphototours.com/ to start out. Great choice. I did a photo session in San Telmo which was a cool little part and great to shoot, but I also did a bar and parilla night with Amelia and some friends of hers. Honestly, the place looked like it was going to suck. I wasn’t expecting much, but the food was really good. Never would guess it looking at the place because it doesn’t look like much. After many bottles of wine we hit the bars. Fun night!
If you are like me you might want to try Buenos Aires Football Amigos http://www.fcbafa.com/en (yes I brought my gear with me). Played my first game with them and the are a good group of guys. Most are pretty skilled too. (thanks for the rec Mike) It’s the only real exercise I get and you need some when you eat and drink so much. other than exploring more of the city, bars and restaurants I have 2 other for sure things to do here so far. Casa Mun and 0800 Vino. Love food and wine. Thanks for the recs Amelia! 16 months ago