I went to Argentina once as a child, and have not been back since, though I have travelled to other places in between. My grandmother Suze and her brother John spent a big part of their lives in Buenos Aires when they moved from Holland because of the war, and both of them speak a beautiful variation of Rioplatense Spanish.
The Pulwama Terror Attack: Am I Anti-National? February 22, 2019 By PROTECTED SOURCE I love my country, even though I accept that I’m not doing much for it. I am not at the border, laying down my life for my nation. I’m not a teacher, educating the underprivileged. Nor am I in the social sector, […]
My grandparents or great grandparents on my mother’s side did not all stay in Venezuela their entire life. My grandfather had Italian origins and studied in both Spain and Mexico. His adoptive mother spoke several languages and had lived in the Netherlands, Curaçao and Trinidad before going back to Venezuela. They were citizens of the world […]