Rease is Wonderful: she works for one of my most trusted friends and she is able to push anything through any bureaucracy. It’s a magic power, I swear.
Javier Cuello is The Man to know in regards to anything sound recording in Latin America. Whenever any of the big rock groups come to Latam, he’s the one they call to run their sound. Plus he’s awesomely cool.
Ariel Novak is combines all of the qualities we want in a wedding photographer: not only is he deeply creative and takes wonderful pictures, but he’s professional, on-time, flexible, and, deep in his heart, he treats everyone really well and fairly. I would have used him for my own wedding, but I only had the…
From start to finish Elizabeth caters events with dishes that are completely organic, homemade and and to what her customer desires. She works with her clients to tailor to specific food preferences and needs without ever compromising the quality or flavor of her dishes. If her company can’t create something homemade, they support local artisans…
Brittany has combined her true passion into a career — a love for creative design and planning. She plans every event with energy, detail and complete dedication. Brittany has trademarked her business with customer service and attentiveness to her clients needs and requests. She will make the big day go smoothly and without a bump!
I don’t use them, but they’re popular around the neighborhood. Laundromats, unfortunately, tend to be low quality in Argentina, so I’d recommend going out of your way to deal with people who care. Two thumbs up.
AreaTres: if you’re here for a short time, they’re the ideal place to find a place to work. Desks, offices, conference rooms — they have it all. Plus, Martin is at the center of the expat community and, on a personal level, I trust him completely.
Getting money in and out of Argentina can be hard, confusing in terms of the needed paperwork, and expensive–and you need to work with someone whom you trust immensely. Someone like that is hard to find. Here comes NT to solve the problem: he’s been moving money around for a decade for the big boys,…
I’ve personally bought and exchanged many books via Daniel. Great, huge selection of classic literature — just what I love. He has great “onda”, too.
Ricardo is the guy to know to fix your laptop in BA. Super professional, kind, and knows his stuff. Avoid the “servicio tecnico” computer-fry (we’ve experienced it — it sucks!) and give Ricardo a call if you need any laptop repairs, data recovery, etc. in Buenos Aires.