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Trainspotting on the Argentine Railways

13 December 2016

The life of most humans is riddled with regrets, remorse, things we’d rather forget about and stuff that was just plain embarrassing. To this extent, I used to be a trainspotter. In fact, I still am a trainspotter. It’s not something you can shake off, like chicken pox or a heroin addiction. Trainspotting is like… Read more »

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Welcome to Mesopotamia Part 1

14 October 2016

They’ve always warned me about the fridges here. Don’t open the fridge barefoot. What? Don’t open the fridge barefoot. Why not? You’ll get an electric shock. I open the fridge. No sparks. Am I supposed to put my shoes on every time I want a drink? Yes. Why do you take your shoes off inside… Read more »

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Things You Learn When You Live In Argentina

14 October 2016

If, by virtue of charity or the circumstance of desperation, you ever chance to live a little time in Argentina, you will acquire many exotic new facts. You will learn that it is possible, and economically-advantageous, to walk fifteen large dogs simultaneously. You will learn that you were never really eating ice cream before, just… Read more »

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The 60 Takes You Everywhere

14 October 2016

It’s funny how some people have such strong feelings about certain buses, and how there are people whose lives are lived so much on one given bus that said bus becomes such an integral part of the person’s life that it even gets invited to their wedding, albeit not to the reception, just the disco… Read more »

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