“I loved him, and he loved me; the President of your country”, he said, vividly waving his hands, delighted at correctly guessing we were Indians. Before we could think of him as one crazy character of Buenos Aires, he quickly followed up with, “Gandhi loved everybody and I loved what […]Read More
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Vintage markets for breakfast, puppet shows for snack, tango for lunch, open air band performance for your evening tea followed by a dance show for dinner. This is how we spent our weekend in Buenos Aires. La Boca, the colourful Buenos Aires neighbourhood La Boca is a neighbourhood in the […]Read More
Buenos Aires was where we started running away from the shadows. Shadows meant the colder side of the road. And in Buenos Aires, anything cold was not welcome. We started using phrases like “a lovely warm day”. We developed a never-before-felt love for the sun. Basically, we learnt what it […]Read More