Iguazu: Big Water

This weekend I was lucky enough to see one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. It so was amazing, I have absolutely no words to describe it. …well maybe I have a few! Since this trip was included in API we got to FLY! And stay at a HOTEL! A 4-STAR HOTEL! (just […]

Las Cataratas de Iguazu

One natural wonder of the world down. 6 to go. This weekend API took my group and I on our second excursion to the world famous Iguazu Falls in the province of Misiones in Northwestern Argentina. The day we arrived,  we had to opportunity to stand at the intersection of three countries. The borders Argentina, […]

1 Year Later – Reflecting on Buenos Aires

By Karen Williams, Transcript and Visa Processing Coordinator  & Kim Karalekas, New Media & Research Coordinator, API Texas One year ago we traveled down to Argentina to visit our program in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As we’ve reflected on the anniversary of this adventure, we decided to write a collaborative blog post recapping the excursion we took with […]

The Experience of a Lifetime – Studying Abroad in Buenos Aires

If you are getting ready to study abroad, I’d like to welcome you to one of the most exciting, scary (in a good way), unforgettable experiences of your life so far. And if you are considering studying abroad, I’d like to ask (as bluntly and kindly as possible) what are you waiting for?!

The Essential Packing List For Traveling While Studying Abroad

API Student Blogger: Makena S. API Program: Buenos Aires, Argentina: Early Start, Argentine & Latin American Studies Semester Program The Essential Packing List For Traveling While Studying Abroad If you are studying abroad (or planning to), chances are that you will be doing some traveling, either within your host country or to nearby countries. As […]

Argentina Excursion: Iguazú Falls

Iguazú Falls is one of the favorite excursions of our Argentina students! Curious to learn more about this natural wonder? If so, read on! (= The name “Iguazú,” coming from the language of the Guarani people who inhabited the area, means “Big Water.” Declared a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO, cascades that make up […]

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