Top Things I Did in Argentina — 

I promised my grandmother before I left on my trip I would journal about my travels because she and my grandfather kept a journal from their travels and told me how much they reflected on it. When I read their journal, I was intrigued by all the foreign places and different types of people of people they met along the way. I wonder how different they are today. Just before I left for my trip she and my grandfathers sadly passed. So this blog post is dedicated to them.

Córdoba, Argentina

Córdoba was interesting but I would never go back because I really did not like the food there or the vibe. Argentinian Loyd Christmas’s Face says it all on how I felt by staying in  Córdoba, Argentina.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires was a much different Córdoba. The city was much larger and the food is much better. It was the first place I actually had asado and was very impressed.

Asado (Spanish: [aˈsaðo] is used in the same way as the English word “barbecue”, both for a range of barbecue techniques and the social event of having or attending a barbecue[1] in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, where it is very popular. In these countries, asado is a traditional way of preparing food and a traditional event. An asado usually consists of beef, sausages, and sometimes other meats, which are cooked on a grill, called a parrilla, or an open fire.

Asado at Don Julio's Argentina

 

Top 7 Things That I did in Buenos Aires

  1. Had Aggie and my Friends Roman, Maria, and Corri Come Visit Me in the Last Month of Remote Year.
  2. Went to a Boca Juniors Game With Maria and Corri. Boca Juniors won 3-0.
  3. Stayed at the Faena Hotel for 5 days. Their pool was absolutely amazing.
  4. I had the best pizza in South America and is number 3 on my list of all time best pizza at Cosa Mi Piace
  5. I ate at Don Julio’s 8 times. If you are ever in Argentina you must try it out.
  6. Burger Joint has the Second Best Hamburger I have ever had in my life
  7. Visited Iguazu Falls with Aggie.

 

Iguazu Falls, Argentina

Iguazu Falls was magical. Aggie and I were very lucky because we had great weather when we were there.

 

Highlights from Iguazu Falls

  1. I could’t believe how loud and beautiful the falls are.
  2. A monkey tried to break into our room and steal the mini bar.
  3. We saw a ton of toucans flying around and coatis by the store.
  4. One night there was lightning and thunder and we sat outside and watched it for hours. It was pretty intense.
  5.  Sean and Tiffany coming over to our room and having an impromptu jam session with singing and a guitar.
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