So you want to volunteer in Argentina, do you?

By Tracey Chandler

There are many opportunities for willing volunteers to make a difference in Argentina. Connecting Worlds already has connections in three specific sectorsanimal recovery, public medical services and support for children and teenagers who live on the streets. Continue reading

Mendoza isn’t just about wine and vineyards

By Tracey Chandler

Mendoza is world-famous for its delicious wines, but there’s more to Argentina’s north-western city than grapes and fermentation processes. Continue reading

5 Typical Cultural Activities when Visiting Argentina

By Tracey Chandler

Argentina, By LanguageinsightIf you’re planning to visit Argentina as a tourist, to realize an internship or to participate in a working holiday program, you’ll want to integrate yourself into your surroundings as much as possible. Continue reading

Tips for Choosing the Best Travel Companion for Long-Term trips

By Tracey Chandler

Many visitors choose to travel to Argentina as part of a long-term trip or round-the-world escapade. When traveling for long periods of time, only a few things can either make or break your experience and one of those things is who you choose to travel with. Continue reading

David Stengel shares his Teaching English in Argentina Experience with Connecting Worlds

By Tracey Chandler

English-born, David Stengel, is from an East Sussex town, an hour south of London in the UK and he has just come to the end of his teaching English abroad experience in Argentina. Continue reading

Ben Tollington talks to Connecting Worlds about his Teaching English Experience in Argentina

By Tracey Chandler

Find out what teaching English in Argentina has been like for English-born Ben Tollington. You might find that his experience encourages you to dive in and sign-up for a teaching abroad program in Argentina too. Continue reading

The Ups and Downs of Tango in Buenos Aires

By Tracey Chandler

Has tango always been big in Buenos Aires? Is tango a tourist activity or a local affair? Where does the word “tango” come from… music or dance? Connecting Worlds, in interview with Nicolás Di Rago, national and international professional tango dancer, delves into the origins and the ups and downs of tango in Buenos Aires during the past 100 years. Continue reading

Helpful Hints for a real Tango Experience in Buenos Aires

By Tracey Chandler

As the Annual Tango Festival in Buenos Aires comes to a close, the team at Connecting Worlds sees the perfect opportunity to highlight a number of ways in which tango fans visiting Buenos Aires can make a real connection with one of Argentina’s longest, modern traditions. Continue reading

“Obsesión Infinita,” by Yayoi Kusama at The Malba… another reason to visit Buenos Aires

By Tracey Chandler

Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama, and her recent exposition, “Obsesión Infinita,” at The Malba in Buenos Aires is yet another reason to visit Argentina’s capital. Continue reading