imberlykay's Travel Journals


  • 26 years old
  • From Illinois, United States
  • Currently in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Una Yanqui en Buenos Aires

Working and living in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Just grab a hold of my hand, I'll lead you through this wonderland

Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina  |  Jun 23, 2015
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 We had some beers and made way too many jokes about Jamaica's extremely questionable fĂștbol talent 

Last weekend I had an amazing time and it was completely unexpected which made it that much better.

I spent Saturday with the family I work for at their weekend house (La Quinta). It's about an hour away from the city and it's a part of a gated community (right?!). It was SO beautiful and reminded me a lot of the cottages my parents used to take us to when we were younger. All of the houses there are so unique and surround what they call "the ring" which is where all of the activities are held. There is a fútbol field, volleyball court, handball wall, tennis courts, and a café. When we first got there Meli and I went for a bikeride and she gave me the tour. The weather was great and it was nice to get away from the city for a few hours. After that we went back to the house and ate some lunch and hung-out with the rest of the family. Later we went to the tennis courts because Meli was an assistant for a match and of course she wanted me to be there.

I wanted to stay overnight, but I had plans later and had to leave...boy was that interesting. I took a bus which was totally fine, but the bus stop was on an on-ramp to the highway(....?). Also the bus was completely full so I stood for an hour (first world problems).After I got back into town I met up with a friend to watch a fútbol match between Argentina and Jamaica. We had some beers and made way too many jokes about Jamaica's extremely questionable fútbol talent..We had plans to go to a show that night but we waited around for hours and it didn't look like anyone was going to show up so I sold my ticket and went back home. All in all, it was a great day/night and it felt great to get out and enjoy some company!  

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