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Choosing the hike less travelled for an Argentinian visa extension. Walking 35km through Lago Puelo National Park to the Chilean border and back; along the way touching ice blue lakes, gushing mountain streams and some pretty cool campsites. A visual perspective of the curvy beauty aside the ice blue Rio Azul and the riotous colour of the meandering river banks.
Inspiration for anyone thinking about earning a peso in a foreign place and not returning home for as long as the wind blows. Working with the children of Central American immigrants as an English teacher in Texas allowed Frances to understand the challenges of the education system. With a love of culture, a large dose of curiosity and years of Spanish up her sleeve, she decided to do a TEFL course in Barcelona and see the world.
Fast forward a couple of years, fully bi-lingual and with enough knowledge of her new city to put most locals to shame, Frances talks Travelling Crust from Buenos Aires. What have been the greatest lessons on the road? I think that living in Argentina helps one develop many important life skills such as patience, perseverance, and ingenuity. This is because many things here take a long time, cost more than you can afford, or function inefficiently. What attracted you to Argentina?
I have been in Argentina for 10 months now and will be here a few more years since I just started a Masters in translation at the University of Buenos Aires. I picked Argentina because I wanted to see South America and Buenos Aires seemed like the coolest place to spend time. What type of work have you found? I am teaching English mostly in companies. I got a list of English Institutes in Buenos Aires from a friend who taught here and I emailed about half of them when I first got here.
I ended up getting work with 3 different schools, but it took over three months to land my first job. They connect me to the company where I give classes and take half of the money I could make. After summer I am going to try and find work directly with companies so as to cut out the middleman and earn a lot more. Can you live on the wage and what are the greatest challenges about living in Buenos Aires?