Announcement : YouTube Channel
11 November 2013
I’m pretty busy this week with a lot of exciting work projects lately. I’m working on an ongoing research project for a travel website. I’ve got a few articles that may be published this week on a couple different websites. Alejandro and I might be moving into a great apartment in Buenos Aires by the end of the week. And I’m starting a YouTube channel to share more travel with everyone! Today’s post is just a short update, sorry I don’t have time for something more in depth. Stay tuned because I have a lot of exciting stories on the way, this past weekend I went to a huge Argentine family reunion where people played and sang folk music all impromptu, where a group of teens did a couple killer dance routines, my boyfriend’s grandfather spoke a long speak like a poem while they played intense music on their Spanish guitars in the background, and I grooved to the music with my boyfriend’s grandmother up on stage. Basically it was a blast. Then on Sunday I went to a horse show featuring people from all over South America jumping their horses out in the country and that was followed by eating at a beautiful (when I say beautiful I mean BEAUTIFUL little restaurant). So many stories to share and so little time. I’m working on my first official YouTube video, I’ll be sure to post the link here when I’m done, I’ll be uploading clips of my travels along with experimenting with this whole vlog thing.
UPDATE: Here is the awkward first VLOG:
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