With part of the Avina Foundation team Taxi meter – against which I kept banging my head Cathedral Demonstration 1 Demonstration 2 Demonstration 3 Me Bullet scars from 1973, the driver said Graffito Football Colours Tango 1 Tango 2, with Christine Blondel Tango 2, with Luciana and Fernando Colours 2 Some of the Desparecidos Tails somebody wins Blues It’s still winter Panama hat Twilight In the transformed Docklands The Pink House Tango band at the Cafe Tortoni Tango 2 Tango 3
It is Argentina’s Bicentennial Year, I discovered when I arrived in Buenos Aires for a conference aimed at young people who are owners of multi-generational family businesses in Latin America. Organised by Banco Itaú Unibanco at the Palacio Duhau, the event was full of interesting folk – and I emerged with a strong interest in coming back – and a couple of invitations to do so.
The first day, I did a session for the Avina Foundation with around 25 people – and afterwards we went back to the Foundation’s offices, where Alejandro (Litovsky) used to work. After the event closed, Luciana Tavares Nobre Varella and her colleague Fernando from Banco Itaú Unibanco hailed a taxi and took Christine Blondel of INSEAD and I on a tour around the city – ending with supper and a tango show at the Café Tortoni. Joyous.