|Saludos from my office in BA|
North American Easter, like all holidays in the north, is more commercial and not just about Jesus, hence why there is an Easter Bunny who hides Easter Eggs that children have to find the Sunday morning Jesus rose from the dead. Makes sense and it helps those ever struggling (yeah right) chocolate producing companies.
Now, what to do when you don't have kids for your Easter Egg Hunt? Do it anyway and make the others around you go for a look.
|Yep, Planted a chocolate egg|
on a Hindi god. Lovin it.
|My famous (not so famous) Medialuna de frances|
An editorial on Parque Palermo
|Transvestite V-ball. I wonder if|
the later life boob jobs effect
their school learned skills?
Pretty good action for sure.
Hockey in the Park! Next year I'll have hockey rollers! Notice the cement shaved stick blades. Probably tough to buy hockey sticks in Argentina.
|This foos table can be found on the|
street somewhere along the way
|Solid form kiddo|
|A couple we challenged in the bar and had a lot of fun with.|
|More tables on the 5th level of the bar|
|Great food and beer and excellent prices too.|
Get the Acatraz salad!
|Some friends from Spanish class|
|Everyone watching "Game of Thrones" these days|
||A touch up trip to Physio|
|Things are going ok with the new bionic knee|
|What's in this photo?|
My Spanish work all over the road!
|Buenos Aires International Film Festival|
|$4 lunch and 1 hr of writing, good deal|
|Homemade vegan Pastel de Papa|
|Spanish class learning how to make "trufas"|
Little balls of coco and chocolate
|Lesson in vegan Empanadas|
|New style apartments in BA.|
And they never moves.
|In 2001 $10,000 pesos = $10,000 USD|
Now 2015 $10,000 pesos = $800 USD
|Poor workmanship. This tile was|
cut way too big, but not big enough
for the next size up cover
No win situation.