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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

New Contributors

I would like to introduce two new contributors to the Expat Argentina blog: Jammer, and Mendoza Expatriada. They are currently living in Texas, with plans of moving down to Mendoza, Argentina within the next year. They are married and have a daughter, and two pets that will come along to Argentina. They also plan on starting a business in Argentina after they settle in. Jammer and Mendoza Expatriada will begin posting on their experiences in preparation of their move to Mendoza.

I will continue to make frequent posts to the blog, but Jammer and Mendoza Expatriada are both going to act as new co-editors for the blog. In an effort to get more posts on the blog, and to get posts on a wider range of topics, they will be inviting other contributors to post on the site. They will also be seeking ideas and questions from the community of readers out there to help come up with ideas for future posts and discussions on the site.

I think this is going to give the blog a great new point of view from a married couple who will be living in a city other than Buenos Aires. This is Expat ARGENTINA after all and not Expat BUENOS AIRES. So, let's all give them a warm welcome and I, for one, am looking forward to hearing about their experiences.

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Anonymous SantaFe said...

"Expat ARGENTINA after all and not Expat BUENOS AIRES" muy bien dicho,es bueno ver gente que contemple emigrar al interior del país. Negándose a aceptar la fantasía de que el corazón del país esta en Bs .As., despuès de todo es solo una fantasía.

5/30/2007 12:02:00 PM  
Blogger jammer said...

"muy bien dicho,es bueno ver gente que contemple emigrar al interior del país. Negándose a aceptar la fantasía de que el corazón del país esta en Bs .As., despuès de todo es solo una fantasía."

Jammer's humble translation for all the non Spanish speakers out there...

"Well said, its nice to see people contemplating immigrating to the interior of the country. Not accepting for themself the fantasy that the heart of the country is in BA, after all its only a fantasy."

I do love BA, and I intend to visit often and get to know the city better. I expect that everytime we travel & go through BA (from Mendoza) we will take a day or two to hang out inbetween flights. For me Mendoza is a best of both worlds place, city life + nature/mountain activities. Kind of like Denver in the US, a city that is a stones through away from a world of outdoor action.

5/30/2007 12:30:00 PM  

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