Buenos Aires is not exactly known for its fresh greens. Most traditional Argentine restaurants will pile your plate high with steak, fill your glass with Malbec, and toss in some potatoes for good measure. You’d be lucky to get a bit of shredded lettuce on the side for a “salad.” While I’m certainly not knocking red wine and steak,… Continue reading
People often ask me how I manage to travel as much as I do and still pay the bills. My article How to Go Freelance and Not Starve will help you with the logistics of freelancing and give you some insight on how I actually make my money. This article will show you one of the many ways I counteract… Continue reading
There is a very magical alcoholic beverage in Puerto Rico that holds a very special place in my heart. It is called Gasolina, which translates to “gasoline.” The name alone should give you an idea of its potency.
Gasolina’s slogan is “Party in a Pouch,” which is fitting, because it’s basically a hodgepodge of low-quality but high alcohol content liquors… Continue reading
I spent 9 years formally studying Spanish in middle school, high school, and then University. It prepared me fairly well for real-life Spanish, but not quite so well for speaking Spanish in Argentina! Hopefully this article will help you speak and understand Argentina Spanish.
If you are traveling to Argentina, chances are you are at least a little bit concerned… Continue reading
I am very happy to announce that I worked with 49 other travelers from around the US to represent the 50 states of the USA! I, of course, represented my home state of Missouri. I submitted a few photos from around the state to be a part of their interactive photo map of the entire country. Here’s a quick blurb… Continue reading
I don’t think there is an ice cream flavor in existence that I am not interested in trying. While there have been some disappointments (such as a flavor with actual popcorn, or a garlic flavor), I am usually pleasantly surprised at how flavors that may sound strange actually turn out to be awesome. (See Weird Ice Cream Part 1,… Continue reading