Nothing says home of the brave like hoarding toilet paper.
Tango busker in the Buenos Aires subway, the Subte
Mannequin and double-bar bike at Lucero Taller de Cosas
Eyes on and in the the trees.
Flyers in Palermo
Young man wearing Joy Division Unknown Pleasures t-shirt a friend brought him from Asia. In other news, I am now that guy who says to young people about their favorite things: Why, you weren't even born yet.
Buses in San Telmo
How effortlessly we forget the Spanish word for Avocado. In Argentina, it's
“Tarzan of The Apes” is how you find me on one of my hunting trips through the “Salto Argentino.”
Look at the face you make because you smell but don't see me.
Memoirs of The Hunter "Monkey Painter"
Salto Argentino, February 11, 1934
“Tarzan de Los Monos” tal como me lo encuentre en unas de mis cacerias por el “Salto Argentino.”
Vedle que cara pone porque me olfatea y no me puede ver.
Memorias del casador “Pinta Monos”
Salto Argentino 11 de febrero de 1934
Obelisco de Buenos Aires
There is no shortage of places to see tango staged for tourists in Buenos Aires, but La Glorieta is a large gazebo in an urban setting where locals go to dance for themselves.