…and that was the first time I got deported from Argentina…

Mike is a DU student spending a year abroad in Latin America, and we couldn’t help sharing his latest post…

“All in all, a great story for the books. I realized something during the whole ordeal, one of the amazing things about traveling and trips like this is how beautifully unwritten each day is. Obviously, we had no anticipation of being turned away by a two month old law, but it was the dealt hand. It´s an oddly liberating feeling. Tomorrow I could be in Peru or the Chilean coast. We all fully learned the lesson that the only thing we can really control in life is our attitudes, not the situations into which we are put.”

Read more here!

image from amfilpassport.blogspot.com
image from amfilpassport.blogspot.com

2 thoughts on “…and that was the first time I got deported from Argentina…

  1. It is amazing, backpacking all the way into Argentina yet not having googled (researched) the reciprocity laws at a locutorio for a few pesos.

    In Argentina laws are added or changed at a rapid pace but most of us are well aware of them because of pre-press articles that flood the Internet, like Christina’s recent 60-Day freeze on food prices.

    I am glad the author has such a great attitude about the whole ordeal.

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