Pretty soon I’ll be putting up a lot of pictures on Flickr, but for now I thought I’d share a couple recent ones.
Here’s short Angela with some traditionally tall Buenos Aires businessmen, Andrés and Leandro. We met up with them for lunch a few days ago, just before we left Buenos Aires.
After leaving Buenos Aires, we took a bus to Neuquén, where we met up with Nacho. He made’s been making us delicious food non-stop, and it’s been a great time so far!
Finally, as you may remember, the guy on Uruguay’s 100 Peso bill had a startling resemblance to Tom Hank’s theoretical dad. I also stumbled on another shocking discovery when I saw Argentina’s 50 Peso bill:
That’s right: it appears that one of the Founding Fathers of Argentina may have actually been a mafioso, since he bears a more than passing resemblance to Frank Pentangeli’s brother, Vincenzo:
Witness Protection Program, anyone?
So, that’s it for now. I’ll tell you in a few days when I’ve posted more pictures, if you’re interested. Until then, be sure to frequently check Sitzblog: your number one source for South American currency conspiracies!
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