Monthly Archives: October 2010

El Manantial to El Bohemio Bollocks

It was an invitation that took us back south. In Buenos Aires Anna became Anita, una amiga de un amigo in the old world, and uniting our ties we became friends. A nearly native expat, switching between languages like an actress does roles, … Continue reading

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Baribourgeois to El BoBolson

So, bringing two trips into parallel now as Bariloche twice led to El Bolson. Neighbouring towns with opposing ideologies. Bariloche the richman’s playground. Ski-ing, chalets and 5* hotels mix reluctantly with classes of rowdy 18-year-olds celebrating the end of their … Continue reading

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Growing dreams

The words had been spilled over lunch, in fact just after lunch, when all three were sitting full in front of their empty plates. “Do you want to do the washing up?” Her father had asked pointedly, ever fond of … Continue reading

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El Regreso

Caminando de regreso a su casa, Inés sintió que las semillas que Rubén había plantado comenzaban a crecer en su mente; como un nuevo mundo, brotaban y florecían en su imaginación. Nunca antes había abierto realmente los ojos para ver … Continue reading

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Returning to the beginning of the end

With the sun set and moon full in the sky Shireen and I found a log with two Porteño boys and began warming up with their native tipple, Fernet and Coke and our contribution of shoddy Smirnoff Vodka and naranja … Continue reading

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The return

Walking back home Ines found the seeds that Ruben had been planting growing in her mind; like a new world they sprouted and flowered in her imagination. Never before had she really opened her eyes to see outside herself, never … Continue reading

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