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Have prices on goods in Argentina gone up due to the USD appreciating against the peso? Wondering if its a good time to visit Argentina as a consumer.
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Any thoughts on DN community in Buenos Aires or Cordoba?
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just booked my AirBnB in BA for Christmas/New Years!
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and pushed back my departure to Mendoza till Sept 30. I'd like to spend a little more time in Chile and it's already paid for.
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In case anyone that saw my rant a while back still had any doubts... www.clarin.com/viste/encuesta-mundial-argentina-pais-infeliz-mundo_0_4vgYMvAOh.html
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am I interneting wrong or are my posts not showing up here?
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Sorry if you see the following more than once. I'm not trying to spam, I'm just not seeing it stay up for some reason.
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4th time's a charm!
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orrrr not.. wtf?
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ah... it was the link, despite me being a member for a while. anyway, here's the comment and the link is in my profile.

In case anyone that saw my rants a while back still had any doubts about this being a miserable place... (see Arg news article in my profile about how it's most miserable place on earth)
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Does nannybot allow pictures?
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vadkqlzzaehlnrzmk Spent Christmas in Buenos Aires one year, was completely dead since shops close during that time and locals go back home for the holidays. Weather was nice though
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do you recommend one month (especially november) in ba?
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hzjhvezgdizzb yeah definitely
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BA is beautiful in November because of the jacarandรกs
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oh my, then maybe I'll plan to get there earlier than I thought. My Christmas AirBnB has air conditioning, and if the city gets quiet for a few days, it's ok.
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When is the mosquito season in BSAS? I was there in April and there was an "out of season" mosquito invasion, which was insane. People seemed to say that it was insane for it to happen in April, but was more usual for there to be an invasion around November/December. Is that right?
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Anyone in Mendoza at the moment?
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What neighborhood in Buenos Aires do y'all recommend? Walkable and hipsterish is desired!
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San Telmo for hipsterish? I spent 3 months in Palermo SoHo. Was very walkable. Only problem is that it has everything there and you end up never leaving the "Palermo Bubble" :)
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the bubble is real. Try Palermo but close to a subway station
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I like Recoleta too, between Palermo and downtown
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Yeah I'd second Palermo! It was amazing but also agree with the above... Palermo is almost too good.
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I'm currently planning my next couple of hops in Argentina ... if anyone has recs in Bariloche or Patagonia, please send them along
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I'll be taking the bus ๐ŸšŒ
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ooof, that's a long bus ride
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oh no, wait. I confused bariloche and calafate. you're good
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I'm doing a few different hops from Mendoza en route to Bariloche... figuring that out is a little challenging, but I paid a special visit to the Mendoza bus terminal this morning
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Malargue is on the list
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if you rent a car, the drive north from bariloche to san martin is beautiful. at the very least try to arrange for it to be daylight as you get towards there for great views and lakes. just outside of "town" there is cerro campanario, which is an easy hike or chairlift ride up. If you can stomach the cold, head out for some hiking. near cerro tronaador there's a road that goes into the park with loads of hiking and lakes and glaciers. It's beautiful. any hike around there will be beautiful. and there's loads
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are you going to hop over to carratera austral at any point?
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it's well worth it, but I'm not sure what the passes are like this time of year. and there are no busses as far as I know
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much much farther south, in the middle of nowhere, is cueva de las manos. very cool. worth a few hours if you're on the way somewhere, but I'm not sure how that'd be coordinated
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and then of course calafate, chalten, etc. deep patagonia. but I'm not sure on road situations right now. if you're going farther than that I have plenty to see and do
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These sound really lovely. I'm on my own, so solo driving long distances or hiking in isolated places is out, but I'm pretty confident that I can find a tour company or a guide to travel with.

I'll probably venture further south come late October or even November. If you have far south recs, I'd love to hear them.
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yeah, there will be plenty of tour companies to work with. bariloche will be ok, but probably quite cold, and most hiking/tours won't be running due to snow cover
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i mean the highlight of all highlights will be torres del paine, which is technically "doable" without camping and such. you can stay in the lodge, walk up before sunrise, back down after, be back back in puerto natales for lunch. lovely lodge there. that's over on the chilean side of course, not sure how specifically you're trying to stay in argentina, or if visas are a factor
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there's the perito moreno glacier. highly recommend. near calafate. tour operators will take you out there no problem. i believe it's the only glacier in the world still growing?
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chalten is an aweseome outdoorsy town, but it's more a solo adventure town.
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you can go to the southernmost city in the world, ushuaia. cute little ski town at the end of the world, with great hiking and mountains around it, quite surprisingly. you'll have to look into tour operators down there, but I'm sure they exist. a lot of antarctica cruises leave from there
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oh, futaleufu, much farther north, has some of the best rafting in the world (so they say) if that's your thing
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hmmm, interesting. I'm trying to avoid hitting the southernmost regions at the busy times of year, perhaps as long as I aim to get there by mid-late November I should be OK
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I think I'm just going to bop around the lakes region for a couple of weeks in October honestly I'm at the point in my life where I can just meander about and take pictures. A glacier visit sounds kinda cool, though, haven't done that in almost 30 years
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and certainly not in the S Hemisphere
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thanks for the suggestions!!
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I wish there was a thread unroller for Slack but I guess I'll just have to copy/paste :)
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you got it. glacier was really cool. they have some great walkways to get many view,s and you can hear the ice cracking. very cool
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it looks like I'll be taking one of those overnight buses ... not my first choice because I'm not a great sleeper, but I hear that they're a good option otherwise. I'll be reporting on this adventure!
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Anyone down for drinks and pool in BA? (This pool :8ball:, not this one :swimmer:)
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hzhrjxfdeo how long are you staying in BA? Going there next week
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No idea. I'll be here for at least a month
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Just found out that there are luggage storage services at the big bus terminals here. This is a blessing for me what with my two behemoths and three smaller bags
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nmucgpxkchheapthbtbizxaoj just arrived in Rosario, #argentina
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My new AirBnB (San Rafael) is pretty much out in the country ... which isn't great in some respects, but I'm thinking the night sky should be pretty cool.
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oohh
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share photos!
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do you do any long exposure photography rxslsnhhbcmnxqfta
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I'm going to see if my phone will handle it. I know I have to keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn't overheat, but ... it should be pretty easy just to put it on a stable surface, press the button, and walk away for 2-3 minutes?
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not sure of the min shutter speed though
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gak, more ambient light than I thought and the moon is pretty prominent. However, I did grab a pic of my host's dog, who was roaming around.
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hey all, I'm headed to Bariloche till the 20th. I'd like to go to either Rosario or Salta afterwards, for reasons apart from sightseeing. Recs?
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when in doubt I just check my trusty Lonely Planet guide, but I'm interested in what DNs have to say
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(to clarify, I want to sightsee, but those two locations are important to me otherwise)
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also let me know how bariloche is krgwoilhnvwmrwudp
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curious about the wifi situation
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it's apparently close to some climbing so i'm curious how work-friendly the town itself it
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I'll be at an AirBnB, so I assume the WiFi will be decent... also betting that some cafรฉs etc in San Martรญn will be good
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but I will report :-)
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Bariloche is work friendly, I've worked from some cafes in the city center. They have decent wifi.
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Climbing is great, you need your own gear. There are a few bouldering gyms
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Yep have my own gear - is it easy to find partners if I'm alone tho for sport or trad (I'm beginner level tho)
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Yeah for sure, you can go to the bouldering gyms and find partners there, there's trad and sports climbing very close to Bariloche
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jcdkstdboijolzoid I've been to salta, but not rosario. based on what I've heard and experienced, salta is more of a town with beautiful nature nearby, rosario is more of a city with parks and architecture. so I'd expect quite a different vibe. Salta weather was intense when I was there (roughly early feb?), with a very strong sun, 30+, and long siesta hours (12-5) during the day. but I really enjoyed my time there, and found the people lovely
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I got a strong thumbs up on Rosario from a friend last night so I'm leaning towards going there first. Salta probably won't be far behind. Hoping to get to Iguazu before December, too.
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I'm told that it's prime marine mammal time in Valdes, so guess where I'm headed after Bariloche for a couple of days
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the million dollar question bus or plane?
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do they have flights to valdes?
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zrfxelgfoxchnviza I spent one day in Rosario and it's a beautiful city.
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after 16 hours on buses in the last 72 hours, I think a plane will be involved. Rome2Rio says I can fly from San Carlos de Bariloche.
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just got to my hostel in Chimehuin and this is the view. Going out for dinner / exploration now.
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the room itself is a little less ritzy than it looks in the photo, but there's heat, big private bathroom, and breakfast.
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Star trails in my future (let's hope the weather permits) abnb.me/NiN3qC0tL0
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oohh
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I lost my hecking Lonely Planet guide, so I'm currently booking my way up to Iguazu Falls using AirBnB's maps feature and Rome2Rio as guides. At times I have to inquire "are there taxis to/from..." of the hosts, but taxis do seem to be just about everywhere here.
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Hostels don't seem to exist in N Central Argentina for the most part... and frankly I've become quite fond of AirBnB. I realize I may be in the minority here.
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Enjoy Iguazu. Check out the Animal Sanctuary/reserve outside of the falls if you can. It's great!
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I should have mentioned that recs and word of mouth are critical navigational tools in this excursion too. Tbh, now that my Spanish is better and I'm somewhat settled here, I need the book much less (although it is a fantastic resource).
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Also, the boat ride that takes you right into the pit of the waterfalls is also pretty intense/worth it
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Warning. You will get soaked
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Oh, and being a relative newby traveler/nomad, I tried the "ice bar" on the road to Iguazu. Utterly stupid and a waste of time/money
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yay, just booked my flight to Buenos Aires, also got an AirBnB in Palermo area for the 2nd half of November
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Hey guys, anyone know a good/social coworking in Buenos Aires for digitial nomads? I was planning on using the one at Selina, but apparently it's not open yet.
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What part of the city?
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Selina seems to be Palermo at least
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I can only speak for the places in Palermo Soho. I went to 2. I liked this one a bit better g.page/ManawaCoworking-Soho?share
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The other one I went to didn't like as much... I found the people pretty unengaging goo.gl/maps/Ts1ziHzQh5tD4LgVA
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You might have better luck in Area Tres than I did... I didn't speak any spanish at the time.
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hey! I work from Huerta Coworking. You should come check it out goo.gl/maps/dmHLwPrFxuZueF856 Let me know if you do!
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hey yvoirqefedshchwyh I work from Huerta Coworking. You should come check it out goo.gl/maps/dmHLwPrFxuZueF856 Let me know if you do!
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How's the nomad scene?
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I'm in Palermo. Actually at a coworking right now called "Origen" for a meetup even. It's pretty decent
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qczmdykjomk I'll probably come tomorrow. Are you going to be there?
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not big. there are currently about 5 nomads out of 150 coworkers (i'm a local here, so I don't count)
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but still a nice place to work
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I've been to Origen a few times. Pretty nice atmosphere and probably a bigger nomad community
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yes, I will be after 2pm and probably earlier too
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I didn't like Origen at all... internet is kinda crappy and atmosphere, although quite social, is far from being suitable for being productive. People talk too loudly, they take phone calls inside the main indoor working space...
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The outdoor area is fine
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Is there a nomad scene in BA? How do I find it?
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I speak Spanish, so socializing with locals works, but the DN lifestyle doesn't translate well in any language I've found
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yes, I was working outside every time, wearing my headphones. That's probably why it was fine for me
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haha I've been wondering the same and don't have an answer yet
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I have never seen people take as long at cash machines as I've seen here in San Martรญn. I don't know what they're doing that takes so damn long.
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we are organizing a digital nomads meetup next thursday 24th! bit.ly/banomads
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me and other digital nomads working from huerta coworking are organizing a digital nomads meetup next thursday 24th
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not allowed to share the link here
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but if anyone is interested DM and I'll send the link to RSVP
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Hey guys anyone in cordoba? I am coming next week and staying for at least a month extending as much as I want afterwardsโ€ฆ
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fxcwbakx I will be there for at least a few days. Maybe longer
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icbnnzfpwhh sorry I didn't make it over there today. Got caught up in work.
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yzktff Anyone interested in doing something this weekend. No ideas right now. Open to suggestions.
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xjgogrwfbultlemag no worries. Let me know if you are in for the event next thursday
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I would definitely be, but I think I'm going to Cordoba Wednesday through the weekend
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lcesmywplvuhewlkj i am only arriving next sunday
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foaftepo I will be there!
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I'm staying and working in Puerto Madero now, anyone feel free to join for working at a cafe or dinner/drinks at night
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khrkhonlg Where are people coworking from today? I'm going to start at Selina, but might move this afternoon if anyone has any cool suggestions. gcgebwwqdub Are you going to be at Huerta today? Do they have day passes? Or better, a free day? Can you show up without a reservation?
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hey! not sure if I'm coming to huerta today
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they have a 1 day free trial
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but they don't officially have day passes
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I think there were many empty flex spots that you could take, but email them at [email protected] just in case
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Going to start a whatapp group for digital nomads in Buenos Airesโ€ฆ PM me your number if you're interested
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that's not what I wrote
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Oh, sorry. Misread/understood ๐Ÿ™‚
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The cabbies in Rosario are the old-timey chatty type, and I'm learning a little with each conversation.
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A lot of folks here will ask me where I'm from.
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Any climbers in BA? Iโ€™m going climbing probably tomorrow, or bouldering, whatevah
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just realized today that iโ€™ve been mispronouncing bariloche for a year
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baaah-ree-low-che not bareeloash
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thank you documentaries on netflix
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Lol :-) someone would have corrected you kindly
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Worried chatting with other travelers has resulted in my finding another person who is taking the same bus. Bus companies in Argentina are too many to count and some lines will "fill in" for others, so it can be confusing
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ahhh well yay!
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On the bus now, there was so much confusion (not mine) over the bags that I thought I might not board.
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It's getting to the point where staying out of the sun at peak hours is a good idea. And there's a whole social structure here that encourages just that!
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wowza whatโ€™s the temp right now?
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It's not that hot, 86 maybe, but the ozone layer is supposedly thinner here. Fortunately I have a cotton baseball cap with me.

Sunscreen is a must here if you're going to be outside for more than an hour during peak hours
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ah interesting - things to keep in mind
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iโ€™ve been trying to basically put on sunscreen for even short jogs midday lately
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I anointed myself with repellent for the first time today, critters are ferocious near the river
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yikes
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If you're in Bariloche there may be less of that, where I am right now I expect it
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Also be prepared for awful sidewalks

I took a full-on header this morning, mild sprain to one finger
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I'm lucky it wasn't worse and this is the first time I've actually fallen

Folks with mobility issues, I don't know what they do
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My new AirBnb host is arranging short trips (for short money) for me so I don't have to do it myself, several points up.
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I'm used to doing it myself but it's nice to have someone else do it when the spoons are low
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Is the "Mr. Cock" baby shop still there in Bariloche?
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I seem to remember seeing something like that! I've seen a few names that are howlers in English
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Holy shit I just
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Saw a huge rhea
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I'm staying near a massive wildlife refuge for the next few days
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Second citywide power outage in two days. #overit This is where my global North entitlements really start showing. Thank Bog my new phone has decent battery life
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Ok, landed in Buenos Aires on Friday; now hiding in an AirBnB in Palermo areaโ€ฆ
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How are the ATMs working here? I went to 2 banks and could not use my Visa card as it wants passport and some 6 number code that makes no sense.
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Are you using LINK machines? Look for the green sign with yellow lettering near the door to the ATM.

I've had good luck with Banco de la Naciรณn Argentina pretty consistently. I withdraw from my Schwab checking account.

Be prepared for lines outside the ATMs, machines that tell you "unrecognized amount entered," and machines that are simply out of cash. I typically do 3 withdrawals of 2000 pesos in one go because the max withdrawal amount per transaction is 2000.
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Also, there are "clients only" machines that we can't use, same as in the US for example
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ATMs in Argentina suck big time. Theyโ€™re constantly having โ€œno more moneyโ€ issues, they give out very little cash per transaction and the fees are ridiculously high... I went on an ATM crawl one night and I couldnโ€™t get any money after going to 6 different banks...
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Banelco ATMs will give you up to 5000 per transaction, the fee is around u$10
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In bars and restaurants always ask beforehand if you want to pay with credit card because a lot of places wonโ€™t accept them or only take debit or a specific card, and most of them wonโ€™t clearly state it in the menu or putting up signs
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Tried 3 ATMs all same as style asking for passport number then some 6 number code I have no clue. Iโ€™ll try to see when one of the banks are open to actually understand what/how to use.
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Maybe send yourself cash at Western Union or Azimo? Seems like that might be less hassle and cheaper. Western Union fee is about 5% if the transfer is big enough.
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Ok, at Banco Nation things worked.
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BA fans have you ever stayed like 30-45 minutes by train or bus outside the city center? If so, would you recommend the neighborhood and what did you like about it?
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I'll be in BA for a month in December and will be exploring the surrounding area as a possible semi-permanent residence. I would love for it to be Rosario or Salta but I really do need some humidity as it turns out. BA has many other desirable attributes too.
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Corrientes is my favorite so far but it's lacking some things I need for long term stays.
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(Favorite province)
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Awww my guide here in NE Argentina just arranged transport for me to the bus terminal gratis and sent me a nice "chau" message.
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My absolute least favorite part of being in Argentina... dealing with the ATM's. Every time it felt like I was trying my hardest to find an ATM machine which would accept my card and financially rape me
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all for the benefit of being able to withdraw a maximum of $100 for a fee of $9
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Yeah, it's a hassle. I have Schwab so I get fees back, but if I didn't it would be a bar to staying here any length of time
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The 15th and 30th seem to be paydays, which means 3X queues
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Of course the 15th landed on a Friday last week so it's possible that Friday is payday
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I wish I had Schwab back then. Didn't find out about it until I was already there but it was too late. I think I gave those banks a few hundred dollars in fees over 3 months
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Ugh, that sucks. I feel like I hemorrhaged money in Chile but that's because everything is so expensive
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Hola nomads! Starting to plan my trip to Buenos aires for 2-3 months starting in mid January. Does anybody have any recommendations for finding an apartment? I'm looking on Airbnb and wondering if it's our best option. We have the budget for a nice place but not finding what we are looking for. Also, any advice on the areas would be appreciated! Thank you!
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Hey, my friend and I are staying in an Airbnb in Recoleta and it's great. Reasonably priced and very centrally located. How many people are staying with you?
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We are 3 guys.
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I saw some super cheap stays in Recoleta just last night, they were for 30+ days though.
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Nineties here in Corrientes today, good day to work on that blog post
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Just went to a lab and got some blood taken to get a baseline for my lipids (cholesterol, triglycerides, etc) as Iโ€™m attempting pure carnivore diet while here.
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I'm going to turn into a chipรก soon

In search of fish for dinner
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Tomorrow night or Saturday , drinks & pool in BA? ๐ŸŽฑ
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<@UDZH0EJHJ just arrived in Posadas, #argentina
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Well, that's not quite true, I should be in Posadas later today
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Taking the bus for four hours in 100 degree heat, please cast some air conditioning spells for me
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Sounds good. Keep us posted on your plans ๐Ÿ‘
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Sure, I think Saturday will be better
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Awesome ๐Ÿ™Œ
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