It was in 2013 when I spent five days in Buenos Aires as the first stop of a trip through Argentina and Chile. It was my first time in Argentina and also in South America. I visited the grave of Evita at the popular cemetery La Recoleta, enjoyed a tango evening, ate empanadas and a real Argentinian steak at a Parilla restaurant. Buenos Aires is full of history. For example, I visited the Plaza de Mayo where the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo still draw attention of the disappearance of children during the military dictatorship 1976 until 1983.