Boating Around El Tigre

Margot Kempczynski
October 31, 2013

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.

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<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&rsquo;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&rsquo;ve read so much about Argentina&rsquo;s rich culture, from the striking landscape of Patagonia to the vibrant music and dance that is tango, that I&rsquo;m now ready and eager to discover it all for myself. I love traveling, I&rsquo;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>

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