I’ve spent a lot of time tucked away reading and writing over the last couple of months. Spring is quickly turning into summer here and we’ve had the perfect weather f0r sitting on the balcony with a cup of coffee and a book.
It’s been two months since my last post, that time feels as though it just slipped through my fingers. It’s been a quiet couple of months but I have been keeping busy writing, not here I did write a 70,000 word first draft of a novel and now I’m rewriting it. Writing a novel is something … More Hello Again // Hello Spring
I have a lot of favourites right now. It’s been a glorious sunny week and the weekend is so close I can almost touch it. Tonight I will mainly be chilling with some wine, then this weekend I’ll be seeing friends, eating good food and having fun. So here are my favourite things right now. + … More 5 Friday Favourites
The Alvear Palace Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Buenos Aires and I’ve been wanting to have afternoon tea there for quite some time. Recently my friend turned 30 and was also about to leave the country so it seem like a good excuse to go.
If you are in Buenos Aires and thinking of things to do, you need to add la Bomba del Tiempo to your do to list. Bomba del Tiempo is a percussion band with 16 members that drum out improvised rhythmic beats every Monday night of the year at the Konex theatre in the downtown Buenos Aires suburb … More La Bomba del Tiempo
It was my birthday yesterday and I turned 30. My boyfriend had to go away for work a couple of days before, meaning I wouldn’t see him on the day, so we celebrated early by making an escape to Tigre on the Friday. I love Tigre, it’s only an hour from Buenos Aires but when you … More Weekend Escape to Tigre
The winter is not too long in Buenos Aires, nor is it particularly harsh but it definitely exists. Many tourists come here thinking it will be warm all year round but that really isn’t the case. Buenos Aires is a lot of fun in the summer but there is also quite a bit to do … More Things To Do in Buenos Aires- Winter Edition
Coffee has been one of my longtime constant loves. I have been drinking it since the age of 14 and since then I’ve been hooked. Back then I could drink any kind of coffee, it wasn’t until the age of 23 when I moved to Melbourne and was spoiled with great coffee on every corner … More 3 Places To Get a Good Coffee in Buenos Aires
I am beginning to think it’s never going to stop raining here in Buenos Aires, it rained all weekend and it feels as though it’s been raining non- stop for the last two weeks. I don’t mind too much though, it’s been a good excuse to stay indoors and be lazy. When it does eventually dry up I … More A Few of My Favourite Things
My parents are in town at the moment and we have been exploring the city and visiting all of the usual tourist destinations. Surprisingly enough one of the most popular must see attractions here is a cemetery. It is not just any cemetery though, Recoleta Cemetery is like a small town with rows and rows … More Recoleta Cemetery, Buenos Aires