Let’s Brunch Reading Time: 9 minutes One of my favorite things to do, especially while traveling, is enjoy the quiet morning at a lovely cafe or brunch spot. It can often be tricky to find consolidated lists for great brunch spots that aren’t the jumbled mess that is TripAdvisor. So if you’re like me and … More Let’s Brunch! (Cordoba Capital)
Reading time: 9 minutes In Argentina, “hay de todo,” there’s a bit of everything, from sea to mountains to desert to glaciers. Even within each province, there is quite a lot of variation. The province of Cordoba is no exception. While generally known for its mountain towns, I was surprised to find over the weekend, … More LOS GIGANTES: Province of Cordoba
I spent the first three months of the year in Argentina- mid January to mid April. I wanted to keep track of spending to have a better idea of what living there long term would look like. To do this, I used an app called Trail Wallet (not sponsored). The app is free for the … More DOUBLE YOUR MONEY in Argentina | How to Get the Best Blue Dollar Rate
For my last weekend in Cordoba, after 2 months here, I took a little road trip up to the Sierras with my local friends. Of course the journey involved mate, we are in Argentina after all. After a quick pitstop to eat empanadas with an incredible view, we continued on to La Falda. In La … More LA CUMBRE: Las Sierras de Cordoba
Reading time: 8 minutes Seventeen years ago I made a stop here on the way to Paraguay from Buenos Aires, with my friends Sarah and Arturo. Because it was so many years ago, it was hard to remember details, but once I got there, small memories started popping up, and several places felt very familiar. … More GERMAN VILLAGES IN ARGENTINA: Two Days in Villa Belgrano & La Cumbrecita
Find these locations on Thatch. Reading Time: 13 minutes Usually when you come to a city, you get to know the city first, make a life, and then with time, make friends. For me in Cordoba, the experience was the opposite. I already had a good friend here, which is the reason I came to … More CORDOBA CAPITAL: Local Suggestions
Cordoba is known in Argentina for its proximity to nature. The tren de la sierras is a great chance to see the scenery. People travel to Buenos Aires for city life, Mar de Plata for the sea, and Cordoba for the mountains. While Cordoba Capital has a lot to offer, the surrounding nature is the … More TREN DE LAS SIERRAS
Getting to Carlos Paz: Arriving in Cordoba I arrived to Cordoba Capital last week then headed toward Carlos Paz. The capital city of the province of Cordoba. Cordoba is known to be one of the most beautiful provinces of Argentina, with mountains, rivers, lakes, and nature galore. I’m staying temporarily with the mother of a … More Carlos Paz: Is It Worth It?