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Expat Life in Buenos Aires

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Argentina.

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Expat Life in Buenos Aires

Post Posted: Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:40 am



My name is Connor Davies and I’m originally from the UK. Back in 2005 I decided to go traveling in South America, mainly just to see the world and experience new things. Despite great plans to see the entire continent, I ended up in Argentina after just a few months and have been living in Buenos Aires ever since.

Moving abroad was easy for me because I never really thought I was actually moving until I had settled down in Argentina and made a home for myself. Until then I could still convince myself that I was traveling.

When I first arrived I was renting a bedroom in a family house in Buenos Aires. But after a while I wanted my own place and so found a local company which had a list of apartments available for renting for weeks or months at a time.

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Re: Expat Life in Buenos Aires

Post Posted: Wed Jan 14, 2015 5:47 am

I see this is kind of old, but I enjoyed it! Thanks for posting.

 

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Re: Expat Life in Buenos Aires

Post Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:24 pm

- Carole



My name is Connor Davies and I’m originally from the UK. Back in 2005 I decided to go traveling in South America, mainly just to see the world and experience new things. Despite great plans to see the entire continent, I ended up in Argentina after just a few months and have been living in Buenos Aires ever since.

Moving abroad was easy for me because I never really thought I was actually moving until I had settled down in Argentina and made a home for myself meubles design pas cher. Until then I could still convince myself that I was traveling.

When I first arrived I was renting a bedroom in a family house in Buenos Aires. But after a while I wanted my own place and so found a local company which had a list of apartments available for renting for weeks or months at a time.

Read more about expat life in Argentina


Moi aussi j'aimerai avoir quelques informations sur l'expatriation en général.

 

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