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I've just finished studying accounting at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. Currently I'm a professor assistant at a Tax class there, I feel I'm somehow paying back the huge opportunity I was given of studying there for free.
Lately I've been trying to experience Buenos Aires more as a traveller and I can tell you that it's hard not to love it! I'm also very passionate about our history so I'd love to show BA like that to all people!
I'm an extremely open minded person. I also like to discuss with people with different opinions but in a nice way of course
Try to make the difference.
Music, books, movies, deep conversations, silly conversations, snowboarding, nature, politics, economy.
Music, Movies, and Books
Books: I prefer to read non-fiction about Economy, politics, etc.
Music: many international musicians like RATM, Iron Maiden, Molotov, Rammstein, Kings of Leon, Muse
Argentinean: Divididos, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Los Redondos, Astor Piazzolla, Los Chalchaleros
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Visited in 2011 Boletice nad Labem, a small Bohemian villand which is my grandmom's birthplace that nowadays is located in Czech Republic (it was Czechoslovakia in 1921 when she was born and the Austro-Hungarian Empire 2 years before that). I paid a visit to her school that remained practically without any change. Locals who didn't speak a word of English approached to me, amazed from seeing someone there coming all the way from Argentina. And probably the best feeling was when I told my experience to my gmom, she was so thankful and could not believe I was actually there.
Teach, Learn, Share
Argentinean language, some history and if you find it interesting: taxes but I highly doubt it hahah
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vatican City State
Countries I’ve Lived In