The first couple weeks in Buenos Aires have been overwhelming but amazing. Little by little, parts of the city are becoming more familiar to me. Within these first couple weeks, we’ve taken tours of different parts of the city including Recoleta and Boca, as well as a trip to San Antonio de Areco, a farmland area a couple hours north of Buenos Aires. Spending a day on the estancia was great, and I was surprised by how much I appreciated being out of the busy city for a little while.
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