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Eating Argentina with a Culinary Legend

In Buenos Aires, The Art of Travel Spring 2015, Books-1 by Daniel YeomLeave a Comment

Food fascinates me because it is a common denominator amongst all people; everyone must eat to sustain life. Then, history of food is history of daily lives, and reading cookbooks are an anthropological study into how cultures have evolved over time. Aside from useful recipes and hunger-inducing photographs, cookbooks’ ability to pass down information and wisdom to following generations entices …

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Stroll Through a Summer Afternoon

In Buenos Aires, Walking, The Art of Travel Spring 2015 by Daniel YeomLeave a Comment

I love to wander. I love getting lost in a foreign city where street signs are incomprehensible and buildings are unfamiliar. I love gliding through a crowd of strangers whose faces I don’t recognize. Imagine all the possibilities. Perhaps I will find a new favorite café. Perhaps a mind-blowing lunch or a new best friend. Who knows. The inherent uncertainty …

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Paul Auster in Buenos Aires

In Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires News by ProfLeave a Comment

by Jessica Sequeira: A taxi races down the avenue. It pulls up in front of Malba, the Museum of Latin American art; a girl jumps out. She’s in a hurry, though she maintains her cool. She’s wearing black, which she’s thought through; this is surely the elegant option, though it also makes her anxious she won’t be noticed. In her hand is …