Last week we heard from one of our Expanish colleagues about her experiences as a foreigner living in Buenos Aires, the cultural differences that one experiences on a day to day basis and the different scenarios one encounters. But as we know, there are always two sides to the story. So, this week, Expanish Spanish School blog has been speaking to one of its Argentine colleagues who, living with her British husband in Argentina, gets to see and experience the cultural differences, but from a very different perspective....
If you found yourself in Buenos Aires during Christmas, you miss your family and friends, and you struggle to get into the Winter Wonderland spirit in 30 degrees heat, dont panick! These few ideas might help you….
15th December 2012 – 9.15pm
Head to Avenida de Mayo and Bolivar where Zamba Quipildor, a popular Argentinian singer from Jujuy, will be performing Argentine folk music. You will have an opportunity to listen to the “Navidad Nuestra”, as well as the parts of the famous “Misa Criolla” by the Argentine composer Ariel Ramirez.
16th December 2012 – 7pm / 8.30pm
Go to one of the 10 Christmas concerts organized simultaneously in various parishes and Evangelical Churches spread throughout the city featuring choirs and local vocal groups.
Catedral Primada de Buenos Aires – 7pm
Basílica Santa Rosa de Lima – 8.30pm
Parroquia Ntra. Sra. Madre de los Emigrantes – 8.30pm
Iglesia de Jesús Sacramentado – 8.30pm
Parroquia Ntra. Sra. de los Dolores – 8.30pm
Parroquia Niño Jesús – 8.30pm
Parroquia San Vicente de Paúl – 8.30pm
Iglesia Cristiana Evangélica – 8.30pm
Iglesia Transparente – 8pm
Iglesia Cristiana Evangélica de la Puerta Abierta – 7pm
Parroquia Ntra. Sra. del Rosario – 7pm