Real Life Captured #127: Buenos Aires Argentina! Part Seven (10 Photos with Travel Pro Captions!)

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World Travel Pro @world-travel-proJuly 2018 · 3 min read

Hey there my Steemit friends! In this "Real Life Captured Series" I do my best to bring you exactly that; the real life captured from destinations all around the world! After eleven years of travel experience my favorite thing to do is walk around! That's right, I simply like to go to foreign countries and walk around. I observe (and now photograph) the people, food, culture, way of everyday life and bring it to you in this "Real Life Captured Series".

Buenos Aires Argentina is a city unlike any other I have visited in South America. It was full of life, culture, impressive architecture, and more. There was so much to do, so much to see, and besides all that it had some of the finest food in this part of the world.

This city really had me counting down the days until I had to leave. Not because I wanted to leave, but because I wanted to stay longer. "Only three days left! I still want to see this, do that, and eat there!" With a population of over seven million this city was full of energy yet one of the cleanest and safest in this part of the world.

I've been traveling for over eleven years and very seldom do I come across a destination that makes it to my list of places I must return to and even potentially spend a few months of the year. Buenos Aires has made me feel this way and now let's get a closer look at why in this extensive "Real Life Captured" photo series!

Let's not get blown away!

Walking is everyday life, rain or shine.

Buenos Aires is a city full of incredible architecture and historic buildings.

This is in the neighborhood of San Telmo on a Rainy afternoon. San Telmo is the birth place of tango!

Thought his would make for an interesting photo.

All throughout the city you kind find figures to take your photo with.

Dulce de Leche is very popular in this country.

One thing I enjoyed about this city is that most of the shops and restaurants were family owned and of very high quality.

Inside of San Telmo Market.

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I agree with you when you say that good air is full of culture and architecture can be seen in your images also the lifestyle that people I like very much

I hope to go soon to Buenos Aires


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Thank you buddy. I love when people agree with me! lol :) I'm sure you would love Buenos Aires!


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