Articles by Rex Racer

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Transportation, Featured Content

The Typical Taxi Drivers of Buenos Aires

By | June 1, 2011 | 3 comments

  Name: Mr. Clean a.k.a. Mr. Musclo a.k.a. NO SMOKING! Driving Style: His driving style will match his main notable factor, cleanliness. Mildly defensive driver mixed with decisive aggressive driving. Skillz: 8.5 out of 10. Efficient, precise the Mr. Clean driver takes a great amount of pride in his unnoticed gear shifts and smooth turns. […]

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Cost of Living in Buenos Aires

By | January 6, 2011 | Leave a comment

  Updated*: Cost of living in Buenos Aires, January 2014 Everyone travels differently, from spending without care on some gifts, meals, and random purchases to tightening up on others. Below is a list of average prices in Capital Federal, Buenos Aires (Recoleta, Palermo, Belgrano, Centro, Puerto Madero, Almagro, Villa Crespo). You will find prices that […]

Gringo Lingo, Intermediate, Rookie, Embarrassing Moments Learning Spanish

Embarrassing Moments in Spanish, Part III

By | August 2, 2010 | 4 comments

They are bound to happen eventually. At one point or another, everyone makes a humiliating mistake while speaking Spanish. But whether you’re aware that you have committed such an error is another question entirely. The following are some of my favorites that I have heard about, committed myself or overheard in my days here in […]

Gringo Lingo, Intermediate, Rookie, Embarrassing Moments Learning Spanish

Embarrassing Moments In Spanish II

By | June 24, 2010 | 4 comments

It’s bound to happen eventually. At one point or another, everyone makes a humiliating mistake while speaking Spanish. But whether you’re aware that you have committed such an error is another question entirely. The following are some of my favorites that I have heard about, committed myself or overheard in my days here in Argentina. […]

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Embarrassing Moments in Spanish I

By | June 7, 2010 | 8 comments

It’s bound to happen eventually. At one point or another, everyone makes a humiliating mistake while speaking Spanish. But whether you’re aware that you have committed such an error is another question entirely. The following are some of my favorites that I have heard about, committed myself or overheard in my days here in Argentina. […]