Monthly Archives: May 2011

If you missed our Malbec May party you can watch it here, high speed!

Thanks to my brother Jasson’s HD action camera and subsequently editing skills of his friend Paul we got this short video recap of our Malbec May party. The background music is Bajofondo piece from their last album Mar Dulce. We … Continue reading

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Carnival fun in Rio, animated style.

After visiting Brazil and Rio de Janeiro last August we were looking forward to seeing this animated feature. Curious to see how close the movie would portray this fantastic city and its vibe and culture. So on a Saturday afternoon … Continue reading

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Argentine futbol magician in Barcelona

In an epic, ancient rivalry of Spain’s two most prominent teams in futbol (that’s soccer for us Yankees:) Real Madrid and Barcelona, Lionel Messi showed the fans again why he may be the greatest player ever. There are some who … Continue reading

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1 million jobs and $859 billion in revenue = the potential cost of American visa restrictions

It is commonly known in the outside world that traveling to the United States can be a lengthy and onerous process. In fact some view the United States as an unwelcoming country. Ask any Argentine, or Brazilian, or a Pole … Continue reading

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Malbec May – Eureka Travel 5th year celebration

Hello everyone!   Thank you again for attending our Malbec May party. We hope you all enjoyed the music, wine and food and the dance. We would like to announce again the winner of our photo contest which was picture … Continue reading

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US State Department travel warnings and their effect on the travelers

According to today’s article in LA Times of the 1000 people surveyed, only 18% would completely alter their travel plans in view of the recent US State Department warnings. 14% stated they would not change their plans, 20% stated it … Continue reading

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Choripan and chimichurri, my favorite Argentine quick bite.

Recently we have entertained some guests at our home and we served one of the quintessential Argentine quick bites, choripan. The name choripan comes from combining an abbreviation of the word chorizo (sausage) and pan (bread). The sausage is usually … Continue reading

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