Sarah’s Snapshots: The Santa Fe Riverside

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Santa Fe City is situated between two rivers, one being a branch of the most important river in Argentina called Río Parana. The river actually comes all the way down from Brazil and Paraguay (under a few different names) and empties out into the Atlantic Ocean. The Santa Fe riverside (or as they say in […]

Sarah’s Snapshots – La Redonda in Santa Fe Argentina

Leonardo Da Vinci swing, La Redonda, Santa Fe, Argentina. Photo copyright ©Sarah Albom 2016

My host sister here in Argentina works at a local community centre that I’ve visited multiple times. An old converted train station, La Redonda is now an art and public centre that’s open on the weekends and during holidays. It’s great for kids, with plenty of arts and crafts activities located along the walls, and also […]

Sarah’s Snapshots: Rosario City in Argentina

National Flag Memorial from a distance in Rosario, Argentina. Photo copyright ©Sarah Albom 2016

Sixteen-year-old Sarah checks in on some Sundays from her AFS student exchange in Argentina. AtoZ blogging challenge will resume tomorrow. In the Santa Fe province where I live there is a city called Rosario, which I visited  with my host family on Easter weekend for a family gathering. The first day we went to a […]