Throwback Thursday – Cabo San Lucas

We haven’t been somewhere tropical in a while, and we unfortunately don’t have any fun international trips planned anytime soon. While looking through TimeHop photos and pictures of others’ vacations on Facebook and in travel blogs, I am trying to quell my thirst with memories of trips past.    Cabo San Lucas was our 2nd…

Tango – The Dance of Love

It is not a trip to Argentina without experiencing Tango. It is the national dance and an amazing experience to watch. Tango originated and was popularized in the lower-class barrios of Buenos Aires and Montevide in the 1890s, packed with European immigrants, primarily Italians. A partner dance, it has influences from European and African culture,…

Plaza de Mayo

You can not make a trip to Buenos Aires without visiting its center of all major political events in modern history, Plaza de Mayo. Named for the May Revolution of 1810, which led to Argentina’s independence from Spain, the plaza has been a focal point of political life almost since it’s creation. In 1945 a…

Puerto Madero

One evening, in San Telmo, we were looking for one of Buenos Aires’s ubiquitous rainbow colored play grounds but could not find one. Someone had given us directions toward a park, but we ended up in the wrong direction and at Puerto Madero. After walking back and forth across the river with two anxious and…