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We started walking along Tribunales, Buenos Aires’ ‘Broadway’ district on Avenida Corrientes.
In the six blocks of Corrientes between my doorstep and the obelisk, I counted over a dozen theaters shuffled between just as many bookstores and a handful of music shops.
We peered into his i Phone where he showed me his pet project, a curated and mapped listing of businesses in Buenos Aires. The Retiro district is where professionals stop for drinks on their way from home from offices downtown.
When not armed with his i Phone, he had a nervous habit of reducing styrofoam cups into a pile of equal pieces on the table. Like colleagues, we started talking about travel, our degrees in tourism, and our strangely parallel careers.
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Rather than tap into ready-made expat communities, I decided to get to know people and explore the city through online dating. Its sub-neighborhoods have names like “Palermo Hollywood” and “Palermo Soho,” and their own variations of ‘cool’. Profile sample: “I am kind of smart, funny, and a geek :)”The pitch: “I’m writing you because I want to practice my english, I use it a little at work with clients (I work in computing) but I’m afraid it is getting a little ‘rusty.'”The first encounter: Plaza Armenia, on the bench in front of the swings, Palermo.
I took my prized collection of perspective trick travel photos and started filling out a profile on an online dating site. Internet, passport, pen/paper, camera, coffee, access to fun. The second awkward moment: running into him again while on an e-date with the computer scientist. From Plaza Armenia we took a stroll to Plaza Serrano for some pizza, beer, and high-quality hipster-watching: they were serenading the plaza using a melodica, the hipster instrument of choice here, along with a toy accordion. ] The first encounter: Barbaro Bar, on Calle Reconquista, El Retiro.
Over the course of our three-hour walk, I did most of the talking, and he did most of the watching out. Profile sample: “I like to travel, trekking, hiking, nature.
Number of times he extricated me from the city’s relentless oncoming traffic: five. In my life I’ve been in these countries: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Spain, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, England, Ireland (both), Netherlands, Austria, Hungary, Portugal, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Poland.”The pitch: “Let me know if you want to go around Buenos Aires.”The first encounter: Recoleta Cemetery.
From there, we meandered over to embassy row in ritzy Recoleta, residential neighborhood of Buenos Aires’ old money. “Buenos Aires has the best ice cream in the world,” he claimed.