Martina is from Chile, she is 26 and she studied Public Law. She arrived to Montevideo because of love, her boyfriend moved out for work. Now she is studying a master’s degree in International Law, she is spinning instructor and has an entrepreneurship with her boyfriend: LeClubMVD , they organize events and they also have a virtual art gallery.
— What do you like the most about living in Montevideo?
— I like Montevideo’s social life that is pretty active and has a wide variety of cultural events. Even though it’s hard to get involved with uruguayans, the events allow me to get a little closer. I like the fact that products have added value because they are frequently handmade or homemade.
— What are the LeClub events?
— LeClub events are an opportunity to interact genuinely with all the participants. I’m so glad we’ve create it! There are no awkward moments because things are constantly happening. We create a unique experience. LeClub is art, love and passion.
— Which place inspires you?
— Our neighborhood, Ciudad Vieja and it’s hidden treasures. I like to dream about how it would be with recycling projects. It’s abandonment make it a place full of opportunities. Every corner is full of history and has a great potential.
— What do you miss the most about your country?
— I miss my social life, Chileans are a lot more easy-going. I also miss my friends and food.
— Which picture represents Montevideo?
— Ciudad Vieja, Plaza Independencia they characterize Montevideo’s tradition.
— Which places do you recommend to visit in Montevideo?
— My favourite restaurant is La pasionaria, it’s food is homemade and delicious. The owner is really friendly and I also love it’s art boutique.