Category Archives: Hotel

Road Trip in the Argentine North-West

I traveled to the north of Argentina in May of last year. Maybe time to share a little bit of that trip! The north-west area of Argentina is often referred to as the NOA (noroeste argentino) and is made up … Continue reading

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March Madness

Wow, what a month! March has flown by and been extremely busy. In February we had a little bit of downtime because of all the rain, but March has been all sunshine and a full house from beginning to end. … Continue reading

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Meatless Months

I wanted to write a little update on my Meatless Monday post, which I wrote after two meat free weeks in late January/early February. It has been surprisingly easy to keep going, I have mainly had meat (usually chicken) once … Continue reading

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Meatless Monday (and Tuesday…)

I have become a little turned off meat from the meat obsession here in Argentina, even though I was already eating very little meat, just a small piece here and there. On Friday I finished two meatless weeks, had some … Continue reading

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Verdulería La más bonita

I have written about my horror at the lack of greengrocers and the extreme plastification of fruit and vegetables in Norway. Living in Cañuelas have really made me appreciate the verdulerías, greengrocers, and the care that the owner takes to pick … Continue reading

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Carlitos the Butcher

I have mentioned Carlitos the Butcher before, when the lovely Mary wrote about him on her blog. His shop was quite a sight, including the old car tyre that she pointed out! But in January he closed the place for … Continue reading

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Table for Two

At this estancia, as in many others, meals are often served at one big table where guests mingle and chat and get to know each other. However, not everyone wants that; especially the Argentine guests prefer to sit by themselves. … Continue reading

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