While I would like to say that the entire trip was terrific, I would be 100% lying if I did. It was a learning experience, and while I wish I had the same experience as the “Goats on the Road” had in Argentina, I am still happy to have crossed this trip off my list.
El Calafate was the total opposite of Buenos Aires, and the number one difference was how accepting and friendly the locals were.
Argentina, the land of tango, soccer, Eva Perón, Che Guevara, good wine, Patagonia, and architecture that in one moment reminds me of New York and in another, draws stack similarity to Paris. Argentina has always been on my list of places I had to visit.
I went to Argentina with an open mind and belly.
I found a love for Argentinean food and discovered that even I can fit into this culinary space.
I ended up in Argentina for 12 days, splitting my time between Buenos Aires and El Calafate. During my time in Buenos Aires I ate at Pani, Tea Connection, Fervor, Greenery / Verde Feria Organica, Coffee Town, La Pescadorita, Floreria Atlántico, and NEGRO Cueva de café.
I have been planning a trip to Argentina since May of this year. This will be my first time going south pass Mexico. While it will only be for 12 days, I will consider this trip a recon for a future lengthy stay in the country. In those 12 days, I will be in Buenos…