Internations Expat Lunch

As a member of Internations I can access members in different countries and cities to ask advice etc. Although it doesn’t always work e.g. the reggae bar.


Each city hosts events over a whole range of interests and I signed up for the English Speaking Group lunch. In the evening there was a wine tasing event and on Sunday morning a brunch, but I didn’t attend those.


The lunch was held at Cafe BA in the cloisters of an old church. It was a beautiful spot and cool. It was not a heavy lunch just light food and drinks and great conversation . Over thirty attended in the end and over ten nationalities.

I would recommend Internations to any expat or solo traveller.


Back to BA

Smooth return to what seems like home. My suitcase was waiting for me in the me in the same apartment suite as before. Absolute luxury compared to the Bariloche hostel and less cost…ridiculous.

Then a quick taxi at 7pm up to my now familiar lavanderia for much needed clean clothes. I ask if possible to get it back at midday today. No problem. Fantastic as I am off to an Internations expat lunch from 2 to 5 pm. Thats what I call a lunch. Forty attending from 13 countries…should be fun.

imageThis morning ambled up to Lobo Cafe for a breakfast of fresh orange juice, medialunas with dulche con leche and coffee. I have been before and it is one of the first cafes to open in the morning with outside tables. It is before the shops open at 10am so all is quiet. It will be heaving by lunchtime.