Category Archives: Travel

Luján, Buenos Aires Province – Or, Lots of Travel for Three Pesos

About a month ago, I visited Lujan, which is a small town about 70km from Buenos Aires. It is known mainly for its basilica, as Wikipedia tells us: Luján is best known for its large neo-gothic Basilica, built in honor … Continue reading

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NOLA Gastropub is open!

I am still not a “real” vegetarian, because I do eat a little bit of fish (however, very rarely) – AND because I yesterday broke a six-month veggie stretch with a delicious crispy chicken sandwich at NOLA Buenos Aires!! I … Continue reading

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Will there ever be Norway Havaianas?

I just got back from a quick trip to Sao Paulo to visit friends. It was lovely hanging out with them and catching up with a dear friend, although Sao Paulo is a little overwhelming! It is just so big… … Continue reading

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La Feria del Libro

La Feria del Libro (the Book Fair) in Buenos Aires is a huge event. It takes place in La Rural, the agricultural fair in Palermo that is of course home to the big livestock/animal exhibition in July, and more than … Continue reading

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Montevideo!

I had the chance to go Montevideo, Uruguay a few weeks ago, and I loved it! It totally is Buenos Aires for Norwegians – small, manageable, clean, easy to get around. You can feel that it is an up and … Continue reading

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Caminito, La Boca

There are certain tourist spots that are a must, but not somewhere one would return to over and over. Caminito in La Boca is one of those places – it was really fun to see the first time, it was … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Trains

I have written before about how I am a bit of a public transport junkie and about my first train ride in Argentina. I have tried several of the MetroBus corridors, I have ridden numerous bus and metro routes, and … Continue reading

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