Tag: Argentina

caminito buenos aires
After our bucket list tour at Boca Juniors stadium La Bombonera, we made the rather hazardous 500 yard walk down Valle Iberlucea dodging the stray dogs and potential muggers to reach one of the more colourful areas of Buenos Aires, Caminito.
Galerias Pacifico, Buenos Aires
“Cambio, Cambio” shout the random guys standing in the middle of the street each spaced around 50 yards apart. This is a familiar sight right next to the best shopping centre in Buenos Aires, Galerias Pacifico. You may wonder...
The River Plate Tour, El Monumental
There are two main football clubs in Buenos Aires. Boca Juniors and River Plate. Having already survived a walk around San Telmo to tick off a bucket list visit to La Bombonera, we headed to the north of the city to have a look at El Monumental,...
The Boca Juniors Tour, La Bombonera
Boca Juniors. One of the most famous football teams in the world. Thanks in large part to one man. Diego Maradona. In 1986 Maradona almost single handedly brought Argentina through to win The World Cup in Mexico, he has been a hero in these parts ever since....
Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires
One of the world’s top 10 opera houses is right here in Buenos Aires. With the city often being referred to as ‘The Paris of the West’ a building as grand as this doesn’t look out of place. The Teatro Colon is most definitely a striking sight.
Fierro hotel Buenos Aires
  Arriving at Ezeiza airport in the late evening, we needed to get to our hotel. No obvious buses or trains were anywhere to be seen so taxi really is your only option. Luckily a desk in the centre of...
Sous-Vide Dulce de Leche Cheesecake
Flip back to 2016 when I sat down at a strangers table for a true taste of what an Argentine family gathering is all about. The dessert came in the form of a dulce de leche cheesecake, a pudding that couldn’t have been worse timed after stuffing my face...

iLatina, Buenos Aires

iLatina, Buenos Aires
Travelling to Buenos Aires opened up a whole new headache of which restaurant to start with. You see there’s so many good places in this city all themed around Spanish, Italian and traditional barbecue. Top of the pile in most people's reviews was a small place in the Villa...
Dulce de Leche
Dulce de Leche Cheesecake. This was a dessert I had at a steak dinner in Buenos Aires. Unfortunately I had eaten so much by this point that I barely touched the dessert. So to make up for that I just had to recreate this amazing cheesecake that’s far removed...