Month: June 2011

More from Buenos Aires

A local Parillida yesterday, Rudolpho (El Jefe) invited me to help after he saw me admiring his meat. 🙂 Rudolpho allowed me to wear his strongman apron and join him behind the counter. Good People Dinner at Piegari: A good combination of classmates from… Continue Reading “More from Buenos Aires”

Te Matare Ramirez (I will kill you Ramirez)

Much better weather today. A better day entirely. We are still tired but at least adjusted to our surroundings. The rain passed and we enjoyed a crisp, sunny morning exploring the Dietrich Auto dealership. Dietrich is a family owned dealership specializing in cars outfitted… Continue Reading “Te Matare Ramirez (I will kill you Ramirez)”

Chilean Volcano

Ok. So we are hearing news that a Chilean volcano (Puyehue) has erupted and that flights are being cancelled out of Buenos Aires. We are scheduled to leave on the 11th of June. Let me know of any news you hear on this.

Tengo Escuela?

Knowing that half the class and our professor have not arrived in Buenos Aires, I hold opposition to attending class today. Tulane has set up an exchange week with Universidad de Belgrano, an urban university downtown. Apparently, there were some kind of protests this… Continue Reading “Tengo Escuela?”

Buenos noches Buenos Aires

I have some catching up to do but thought I should include some posts from my trip to BA. My tulane MBA class and our ‘sister’ class from the Houston campus begin a week of international business week tomorrow. Most of us got in… Continue Reading “Buenos noches Buenos Aires”

The Gorge at George

We spent an amazing 4 days in George Washington for The Sasquatch Festival at the Beautiful Gorge. Sasquatch was voted “best outdoor festival” last year, and I understand why. We met up with some of Steve-o’s buds from high school and college. The Thielman… Continue Reading “The Gorge at George”