I decided to sign up for the IES trip to El Tigre over the weekend and I was certainly not disappointed. It’s a super cool place for a little getaway because of all the cabins/cabañas/resorts that it offers. You mostly travel around there by boat among the webs of inter-connecting rivers and canals– a pretty unique experience. We took a ferry down the river to an “eco resort” where we took advantage of the nice weather by kayaking, laying by the pool, and playing volleyball amongst other activities. I do love the bustling city of Buenos Aires, but it’s always nice to get away for a little bit and enjoy some tranquility.
More Blogs From This Author
<p><span style="color: rgb(29, 29, 29); font-family: Arial, Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; background-color: rgb(237, 237, 237);">I’m Margot Kempczynski, a junior at Brown University majoring in French Studies. However, my passion for languages and different cultures has driven me to study Spanish as well, and I am thrilled to be studying in Buenos Aires. Having never been to South America, I cannot wait to explore a new place and improve my Spanish skills while being immersed in a completely new environment. I’ve read so much about Argentina’s rich culture, from the striking landscape of Patagonia to the vibrant music and dance that is tango, that I’m now ready and eager to discover it all for myself. I love traveling, I’m a huge foodie, and I love taking pictures, so I am very excited to capture my abroad experiences through photography and share them with you!</span></p>