So the kids have been in school for two full weeks now. Keep in mind that they had a nanny who only spoke Spanish in the US, so they have been hearing it their entire lives but the Spanish here is VERY different. Driving home from school the other day, we decided to ask Ads … Continue reading Si
By popular demand I am adding an interview with Tam on here. Here are the questions I asked my wife: Name a few things you wish you brought with you on the trip: Yoga Mat Tortillas Pots and Pans Bikes More Legos Favorite moment of the trip- Ads break through ski day and the day … Continue reading Vivala Tam Interview
This entry has been sitting around and I hadn’t posted yet b/c I did’t have photos ready. I will get some up, I promise. Every few hours or so Hunter will hear something and say “what’s that noise.” “That’s the trash man, Hunter. Those are the dogs barking in the street, Hunter. That is a … Continue reading What’s That Noise?
Today marks two weeks since we arrived in San Martin. It does seem a bit like Groundhog Day since we do pretty much the same thing with minor variations every day. The sun comes up late here (8:30am) and on top of that, Argentina is just a late country. People don’t even think about going … Continue reading Groundhog Day
We have officially arrived in San Martin de los Andes (from here on SM). The journey was classic TCLS to say the least. I left on Wednesday, the 4th of July on a red-eye from Orange County and arrived in SM on Sunday evening pretty much travelling the entire time. I have Max to thank … Continue reading I don’t sleep in my own bed
I am putting together this blog so that those of you who are interested in following our journey over the next year or so can get updates…simple as that. My goal is to make this a real account of our experience, not an overly flowery version. To be clear, these will be my musings from … Continue reading Why Blog
San Martin de los Andes is a small mountain town in Northern Patagonia on the Argentine side. It is located on the eastern end of Lago Lacar and has approximately 30 thousand residents. We had always wanted to live abroad in the mountains together and saw an opportunity to do so before our daughter started … Continue reading San Martin de Los Andes