Elizabeth Withers is an official CAPA blogger for spring 2017, sharing her story in weekly posts on CAPA World. A double major in English literature and history & philosophy of science at the University of Pittsburgh, she is studying abroad in Buenos Aires this semester.
In this week's post, Elizabeth shows us some other cultures that help make up Buenos Aires' diverse population.
With mid-terms underway, the weather getting chillier, and a seasonal flu going around, things have been a bit hectic for me lately in Buenos Aires. Amidst all the hustle and bustle these past few weeks, I was eager for a change of pace. Buenos Aires is a city of immigrants, where new and old communities of many different cultures are constantly mingling and creating new spaces. There’s always something new to try or explore or see, and this week I really enjoyed trying new foods and escaping into the tranquility of the Japanese Gardens.
Photo: The Bandeja Paisa-- we cleaned the plate.
About the food first.
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