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Expat Experience: Mark Daniels, Buenos Aires

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Expat Experience: Mark Daniels, Buenos Aires

Post Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 2:24 am



I am an Englishman who has been living in Buenos Aires for the best part of five years. Over the past decade or so my travels have taken me from Australia to Argentina, Botswana to Brazil, and Namibia to Nepal, among other places. During this time I have worked in sports shops and offices, as a football coach and children’s entertainer, in bars and restaurants, and as an English teacher and a freelance writer.

Moving to Buenos Aires wasn’t the most difficult move that I have done as I’d already been through the process three times before. I had also visited Argentina on two previous occasions so had a decent idea of what I was getting myself in for. That said, living in a country is a different story to being there on holiday.

One of the biggest challenges this time around was convincing family and friends that it was the correct move to make. To them Buenos Aires was more of an unknown quantity than everywhere else that I had previously been...

Read more about Mark's expat life in Buenos Aires.

 

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Nice post !

 

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