I saw this video in this blog and it blew my mind. I don’t know how they did it, but it’s pretty awesome.
Buenos Aires is a roller coaster, and that’s exactly what I felt the first time I was on my own in this great city.
Vi este video en este blog y me alucinó. No sé cómo lo hicieron, pero es increíble.
Buenos Aires es una montaña rusa, eso es exactamente lo que sentí la primera vez que me las tuve que arreglar sola en esta gran ciudad.
Here I am again, trying to show you a little bit more about my country and how we live here. I think food tells a lot about people, and in this case, a country. So, here’s a recipe (thanks to lovely Rebecca!) for making our favorite sweet treat : Dulce de Leche
We basically add Dulce de Leche to anything sweet. We make alfajores (two soft buttery cookies sticked with DDL), little coconut squares, ice cream (I think Haagen Dazs sells it in the US), crêpes filled with DDL and we always use it as cake filling.
Hope you can give it a try and enjoy it as much a we do!
Besos et bon week-end!
I’ve been planning some posts to show you my country. It’s so big, I’ve only visited a few places yet, but I’d love to know the whole country one day.
I’ll start showing you a few pictures of a region I adore, it’s in the North West of Argentina, and I’ll show a few pictures of three of the provinces in the region, from north to south: Jujuy, Salta and Tucumán. I specially love this region because my eldest sisters and their families live there (in Jujuy and Tucumán), so I go there quite often.
P.S.: I’ve just realised that my lovely hummingbird template doesn’t work properly with Firefox, does anyone know how to fix it? Can’t find the answer in Blogger’s Help. For those of you using Firefox, sorry for the blinding colors, they’re not suposed to be THAT bright.