Iâ€™m grateful to experience so many different and exciting things, but Iâ€™ve definitely had some times where I missed the U.S.
the market is bustling, gorgeous, overstimulating, loud, and full of beautiful, beautiful things!
Bring on the black beans and plantains!
All and all Buenos Aires was a huge and diverse city that hardly sleeps and eats a lot of medialunas, rich with intricate architecture and filled with PorteÃ±os that love a good time and fun company.
It was spectacular up top, though, and it pushed me to an extreme that I never though I would have been confronted with.
â€œIâ€™m really here. Country number two and completely in love with this life.â€ All I wanted to do was keep going, seeing, and feeling these moments over and over again.
I did get the step, and after that, the arms, the core, and the confidence followed.
Additionally, I look forward to being trusted by my new class so they can see me for who I am rather than a foreign-looking, funny Spanish speaker. Once they see that I am here to learn from them, that I am a friend, and a very passionate…
I am so happy, each day more accustomed, and learning in every capacity. For others to note on this gives me the confidence and drive to continue the pursuit of my journey here, tirelessly and courageously.
…concluded with the sunset over the valley with colors ranging from magenta to aquamarine and the best seat in the house.
They were not only so unique in their sustainable and socially responsible practices, but also so articulate in their mission and (letâ€™s not forget) makers of delectable wine.
Sofi and I lay on our backs for a while to gaze up at them and revel in the rare and perfect moment.