Is Argentina Really Running Out Of Money?

Friday, December 5, 2008

It’s true. Slate’s Joe Keohane’s was recently down in Buenos Aires for the holiday where he stumbled upon a curious financial phenomenal creating annoyance (and even some savings) in the streets of Argentina: they’re running of money. Well, the one-peso coin to be exact, which is a big deal when you consider how often it’s […]

Argentine Peso Plummets: What Does This Mean?

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

It’s being reported this morning that Argentina, already in the midst of a severe economic turndown as a result of weakening commodity prices and international market conditions, is seizing $29 billion in pension assets, this after the country announced a few days ago that it would be devaluing its currency from its current rate of […]

El Tango De La Primavera: How Buenos Aires Gets A Spring In Its Step

Monday, August 18, 2008

Though considered mild by most standards, the end of the winter in Buenos Aires is greeted with a jubilance that could only be seen in Argentina By Madi Lang Imagine a 50 year-old taxi driver in a beat-up but recently washed taxi. He’s pulled over to the side of the road and has nodded off […]

The Magellanic Islands: Traveling To The End Of The World

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Magellanic Islands Provide Some Of The World’s Most Amazing Sights – Getting There’s The Hard Part By Madi Lang Traveling to the Magellanic Islands is literally like traveling to the end of the world. Beginning from the Argentinean province of Tierra del Fuego and continuing to the east and the south, this area of […]

Buenos Aires Nightlife: Till 6 In The Morning

Monday, March 31, 2008

By Isabelle Lagarde of Argentina’s Travel Guide The sun was rising, the air was cool, and the quiet streets of Puerto Madero were dotted with kissing couples clinging to the night. My friend and I stumbled, exhausted and tipsy, along the peatonal, singing pop songs in Spanish and doubling over with laughter remembering the strange […]

Discovering Buenos Aires: The City That Never Sleeps (Or So It Seems)

Monday, January 7, 2008

Young travelers are flocking to Buenos Aires to experience its non-stop nightlife and vibrant culture, at a fraction of the cost of other cities By Matt Stabile Let’s face it, in the last year or so, travelers have been talking more and more about Argentina: the best place for nightlife, the best place to visit […]

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