an alfajor is a traditional confection found in some regions of spain and in parts of latin america, including paraguay, argentina, chile, uruguay, colombia, ecuador, peru, southern brazil, mexico and the philippines. the archetypal alfajor entered iberia during the period of al-andalus. it is produced in the form of a small cylinder and is sold either individually or in boxes containing several pieces.
the estadio alberto j. armando (formerly the estadio camilo cichero) is a stadium located in la boca district of buenos aires. widely known as la bombonera (spanish pronunciation: due to its shape, with a "flat" stand on one side of the pitch and three steep stands round the rest of the stadium. it has a capacity of 49,000. the stadium is owned by boca juniors, one of argentina's most famous football clubs. the unusual shape of the stadium has led to it having excellent acoustics and the boca support being nicknamed "la doce" (the 12th man).
dulce de leche is a confection prepared by slowly heating sweetened milk to create a product that derives its taste from the caramelization of the product, changing flavor and color.
dangerously easy to drink quilmes lager can be found in a lot of places across argentina.
the argentinians and uruguayans carry these around with them wherever they go. traditionally consumed in central and southern south america, particularly argentina, bolivia, southern and center-western brazil, uruguay, paraguay and southern chile. it was first used and cultivated by the guaraní people and in some tupí communities in southern brazil, prior to the european colonization. it was scientifically classified by the swiss botanist moses bertoni, who settled in paraguay in 1895. yerba mate can also be found in energy drinks. i drink it here in the uk but its 3 times the price as its only in specialist shops. a bit bitter like green tea but lots of caffine.