A family of five move from Australia to Argentina trying to blend in like locals. The kids are learning Spanish, he's teaching English and she's doing a psychology degree. Sounds like fun to me.
Sunday, 18 June 2017
Día del Padre
Today is the Argentine Father’s
Day and we had been invited out to Silvina and Alejandro's house to have a father’s day
lunch.This was an opportune time to
watch someone prepare an asado in a parilla that’s big enough to sleep in.We are gathering a collection of plans to make
the ultimate parilla for our backyard once we return to Australia.There really is something about cooking with
fire that makes you feel more connected to the event rather than putting
something in the oven and setting a timer, maybe it's the smokey flavour.
Indiana enjoyed a little horse ride without a saddle.Hopefully she doesn’t ask for a pony for Christmas, as our back yard is
a tad too small.
We have been made very welcome here and it's was a privilege to spend Father's Day with such beautiful people. The kids had a great time
being able to wander around the farm exploring.Depp most certainly had used up his weekend reserves as he didn’t quite
stay awake for the car trip home.