Ari Eiberman (email@example.com)
Since I was a kid many people has been asking me where I was from. I've never understand why they were really asking me that much. Possibly because I look like european, but who in Argentina don't have european grandparents, right?
I've always loved big adventures and I feel like travelling is the most intense way of experience them. Like the time I walked down 6km through the rain into darkness of Chirripó Mountain in Costa Rica, only with the Iphone's note app, as a flashlight. #bestappever
I was born and raised in Belgrano neighbourhood and because its a very dinamic barrio, I'm never tired of knowing new spots, trying out new restaurants and walking its streets. Join me every Sunday for an afternoon full of memories and short stories.
Andrea Alarcón Rivero (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If I have to define myself in a few words i would say I’m outgoing, joyful and openminded. I like meeting people a lot, learning about other cultures and languages too.
I’ve been in Brasil, Chile, Uruguay, Bolivia and United States and in each place I’ve learned something different and met people really interesting, still I didn’t always get a personal experience.
The thing I like the most about El Otro porteño is that it gives you something special to your vacations, you don’t follow the common pathways. After the tour you realize that you met Belgrano/Villa Pueyrredon or Boedo in a different way, more personalized and with more passion I think.Elisa Diodato
I am a Buenos Aires native who loves interacting with people and sharing my deep knowledge and passion for this city.
I was a bilingual assistant for a medical tourism company, a history research assistant and an adviser to a travel magazine about Argentina. I have taken classes in Argentina’s literature and history, tourism, History of Art, Latin American Art, architecture and history of Buenos Aires.
I also worked as a volunteer in a community center in Buenos Aires that focuses on helping poor children. I worked with volunteers from all over the world who come to Argentina. I taught them Spanish and about argentine culture, traditions,history, literature, politics, etc.