lunes, 14 de marzo de 2011

Buenos Aires lindo y querido :)

Eduardo posing at the Casa Rosada, in the famous Playa de Mayo, Buenos Aires.The Casa Rosada (the Rosy House) is the official seat of the executive branch of the government of Argentina and of the  president.
Eduardo, the 'gaucho'. The word gaucho could be described as a equivalent to a cowboy. The term often connotes the 19th century more than the present day; then gauchos made up the majority of the rural population, herding cattle, and practising hunting as their main economic activities. In Brazil, Gaúcho is also used to designate people from the state of Rio Grande do Sul in general (where Edu is from btw)
Ali posing at the Caminito store, main entrance to the beautiful neighbour of La Boca

Silvia and her beautiful children, Annie and Thomas!, (sorry for the closed eyes Annie!!)
Beautiful Annie with her super sweet smile!
Tommy following his mum's musical talents :)
And truthfully enjoying his spaghettis!! 
Two names, two countries, two friends, Quilmes (Argentina) and Brahma (Brasil)