Twenty-Four Hours In Buenos Aires

I think it’s a safe bet that most of you will visit Buenos Aires at some point, though maybe a few people less after my killjoy discussions on Argentine women.

During severe rainstorms the sewage system overflows and floods the poorly constructed shacks, giving the air a permanent, foul smell. Every home protects their lone television set with a metal gate, and narrow passages between streets turn into forbidden zones at night. If I came here after the sun set, I was warned, I would walk out naked as the day I was born.

Read the whole thing here. Of course it includes nightlife discussion.

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Roosh, I hope you have a good time in Buenos Aires – because I think it remains one of a few major metropolitan cities where the rapidly sinking dollar still has some value. Perhaps at some point you can make a post on the best South American cities to visit NOW once you get back.

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My $30 contribution goes to the city’s community center so that takes the burn off what you can argue is a disrespectful viewing of poor people.

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poor people safaris would be right at the top of my travel plans, for real. especially the favelas. screw sugarcoating it, we are fascinated by abject poverty!

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A friend of mine wants to go climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and make a side trip to the Kibera slum in Nairobi. Now that is brave.

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nice. any reasons for not climbing aconcagua? i was thinking of doing it, heard it was quite do-able. perhaps the time isn’t worth it.

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You can see abject poverty blocks away from the city center itself. Villa 31 and Villa 31 bis are right next to the Retiro train and bus station. You should definitely not venture there by yourself. I LOL when I read you were in Villa Soldati. I was there doing research for long hours just two months before your visit, and would have just found it unbelievably hilarious if I had ran into you at a villa in BA…. I got to arrive at another slum (Fiorito) at night in a cartonero (waste picker) truck with twenty cartoneros, and slept at one of the shacks in the slum. You cannot imagine the sounds… hundreds of dogs barking, things walking on the roof… But it was one of the most unforgettable experiences I had in my life, in a good way… a week after the police raided the part of the slum where I was staying.

Niceto is very cool… I hate Sunset. Asia de Cuba is alright.

Oh, the translation for our version of the White House would be the Pink House (not the Red House). Rosada = pink. Yeah, sounds kind of gay :gay: , but we have a female President now, so it finally makes sense.

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Great write-up, Roosh.

Your last photo of the guys dancing tango in La Boca is eerily similar to one I took when I went last year. I think we were standing in the same spot, 12 months apart.

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Your comments are quite stupid man. Argentinean girls are used to good looking white guys, which is why you didn’t get laid there…

Argentinean girls are not conservative at all. They are just smarter and more independient than slutty brazilians or ugly mexicans.

Is good that you are not coming back.

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Santiago, lighten up man.. Roosh is telling the truth.. I’ve been to Argentina and the people (especially the women) are the most stuck up and unfriendly I’ve ever met. And yes, they really ARE conservative.. Maybe you don’t realize it because you’ve never traveled outside of your country.. Argentina is NOT perfect, no matter how much you’ve been brainwashed into thinking that.

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im from argentina and i seriously thought there were a lot of easy girls here…wow,i can’t believe when you say that most of the girls you met are difficult to fuck lol