what I miss about Oregon. fall creek the week before I left for Argentina.
first pícture i took in Argentina. at a ranch, Don Manuel, outside the city where we had our first few days of orientation
a cutie at Don Manuel
me encanta los perritos!
Cafe, medialuna (crosaint) with butter, dulce de leche and marmalade and straberry kefir!
Anita, yo, Pablo and one of our hosts from Don Manuel
primero examen yikes!!! Placement test for spanish.
view from the balcony at I.D.E.S. where we have some of our classes in the Palermo neighborhood
dulce de leche helado!!!!!
i think this picture is cool. Anna on our hotel rooftop (we discovered we could climb out of our window onto the roof)
we were on the 9th floor = lots of stairs
orientation and handing out of maps and bus schedules at Ana Rita's house
Liz and Noah dancing to the live band's music at Ana Rita's
One of our first days in the city, our program sent us out in small groups of 3-4 with each group going to a different part of the city to explore and report back in a few hours. My group went to explore part of Belgrano.
church in Belgrano. i've fallen in love with the churches here. they are a peaceful and much needed break from the bustle of the streets
Belgrano street....and Ernie
crosswalk across the wide streets
park in Belgrano. love these twisty trees
our little dining table and Marcela's artwook on the wall
Lola, one of my host-mother's dogs
sun room at mi casa
our roof-top garden. there is a nice table and chairs up here where i like to study in the sun
class, topic: regional integration, development and social change in Argentina
I.D.E.S. in Palermo
yo y Anita one of our program directors
subway, how i get to school every morning, convenient but always super crowded
cool kids on the subway, Diana, Billy and Caroline
uno mas iglesia, this one is on the edge of Plaza de Mayo in el centro de la ciudad