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Dream Itinerary #buenosaires #travel #southamerica #mybeautifulair

Spending six days in Buenos Aires? Assuming it was Tuesday and assuming you’d just arrived after a grueling red eye flight, why not start your trip off righ…

Parade of Bolvians #mybeautifulair

A walk on a sunny spring afternoon led us to the discovery of a huge parade of Bolivians on Avenida de Mayo. The paraders were dressed up in full costumes made from shiny fabrics that glittered in …

Then I’d probably start to crave the new world, so I’d head south, and go skiing in the Chilean Andes. #mybeautifulair

Then I’d probably start to crave the new world, so I’d head south, and go skiing in the Chilean Andes.

I’d fly away to Greece, go for a dip in the warm blue waters of the Mediterranean, off of some beautiful island, like Mykonos. #mybeautifulair

Some bright morning, when I have a larger disposible income, I’ll fly away. I’ll fly away. First I’d go to sunny Spain. Then I’d fly away to Greece, go for a dip i…

Delphi is on the slopes of Mount Parnassus, a truly monumental, awe-inspiring mountain.  #mybeautifulair

Delphi is on the slopes of Mount Parnassus, a truly monumental, awe-inspiring mountain. Remnants of the ancient oracle can still be seen today.

I had never tried either fruits before and was amazed at their power.  I immediately felt a jolt of energy. #mybeautifulair

I spent a perfectly relaxing week in Brazil with my family. Here were my highlights: Caipirinha Caipirinha is the national cocktail of Brazil, which I f…

Jackie Smith: The. Most. Fantastic. Leather.  Shoes, handbags, accessories, heaven. #buenosaires #fashion #mybeautifulair

Well let’s cut right to the chase and get to the good stuff. Here are my five favorite stores for women’s fashion in Buenos Aires.

Paula Cahen d’Anvers: One of a kind style, a very eclectic collection. #buenosaires #fashion #mybeautifulair

Well let’s cut right to the chase and get to the good stuff. Here are my five favorite stores for women’s fashion in Buenos Aires.

You never really lose anything; at most you are separated from it, temporarily. Read more of the story here. #buenosaires #mybeautifulair

By Vivi Rathbone. It has three words, but the poet has scratched them out. You cannot read loss, only feel it.

The third time someone asked me if I was pregnant on the subway, I was devastated. #buenos aires #mybeautifulair

Intensive research and development by Rachael Leonie. Walk into your corner kiosk, and you’re faced with hundreds of different candy options. Whether craving an accompaniment for their mate or se…

Love is selective.  If unconditional love existed, and everyone loved everyone and everything unconditionally, than this ubiquitous love would essentially cease from existence, by aligning itself with the nature of existence.  But love isn’t existence.  Love is a rare phenomenon, that happens only when deserved. #buenosaires #mybeautifulair

This South American Life: The Turtle, The Scorpion, and The Taxi

Chef Frances Ren and her husband met in Beijing and the two embarked on an adventure to Buenos Aires, where they have resided for over two years. She began began The Hidden Kitchen, a new closed door restaurant in Palermo, featuring home/street style Taiwanese food. #buenosaires #mybeautifulair #closeddoor

The Lost Asian’s Hidden Kitchen

Darja and Aidan founded Citibuddies, a way to connect new friends in a new city. #buenosaires #mybeautifulair

Citibuddies is a new platform to connect people that share common interests. Through Citibuddies anyone can be a local anywhere.

One expat, Frank Almeida saw the lack of cookies in Argentina as a major opportunity and created Sugar & Spice, gourmet and delicious cookies. #mybeautifulair #buenosaires #cookies

Sugar & Spice, Frank Almeida’s Sweet Startup

Follow Frances Ren through her beautiful blog, The Lost Asian: a blog that covers travel, recipes and recommendations for the best restaurants in Buenos Aires. #buenosaires #mybeautifulair #foodie

Frances Ren has been a foodie since birth. Growing up in Bangkok she was naturally drawn to the kitchen, and as an adolescent living in San Francisco she dreamt of going to culinary school.