Luján, between faith and history
The view of the basilica, with its looming spires, never fails to impress. It’s Luján, Argentina’s...
Alfajores de maizena for the international...
My friend Katie from Seashells and Sunflowers threw down the gauntlet and we took it up: an international alfajor...
Only in Paris, Texas
We searched high and low for the elusive Eiffel Tower. We drove around Paris for a good while, navigating unknown...
Country bliss in Suipacha
Every time I go to Buenos Aires, my parents take me on day trip to the country. On my latest visit, we went to the town...
At Libreria El Ateneo
After meeting a friend –and former colleague- for lunch, I stroll down Avenida Santa Fe in Buenos Aires. I need to...
Road trip to the heart of Texas part II –...
It took us less than six hours to reach Buda, a town south of Austin. Not bad, considering the driving conditions for...
Road trip to the heart of Texas -Part I: A hairy...
Maybe the Mayans and Nostradamus are right. Maybe the end of the world is drawing nigh. An ice storm followed by a snow...
If you’re in… Ottawa
We visited Ottawa in the middle of January and, although it may not be the best time to visit, we got to see and do...
Notes from Ottawa
Arriving in Canada was like meeting an old friend; albeit a very frigid one: it was about -18 Celsius. I gasped for air...
Notes on an Argentinean Christmas
Traditionally, we put up the Christmas tree on December 8th, the Day of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary,...
Photo essay: Dallas Arboretum
I love autumnal colours: reds, yellows, golden, russets, ochres. And the light has an almost magical quality. I planned...
If you’re in… Buenos Aires (part II)
More useful tips that’ll help you feel at home in this wonderful city. Tips. You’re not expected to tip...