David Askaripour

David knows his mate. Amer­i­cans in Ar­genti­na tend to adopt the lo­cal cus­toms and en­joy the mate; but David is a man ob­sessed. In true Ar­gen­tine style, he can sit for hours and dis­course on the mean­ing of the shared drink passed around as though it was a pipe. I haven’t been on one of…

John­ny Rob­son

Buenos Aires has one of the most in­no­v­a­tive, im­por­tant, and in­ter­est­ing graf­fi­ti scenes in the world: All Three I‑s! These guys are at the very heart of it. An­oth­er mod­ern and pow­er­ful way to un­der­stand the city and its nu­ances. Very, very strong­ly rec­om­mend­ed. And above all, these are tru­ly great guys, too.

Dan Kar­lin

El­e­gant and classy, Anu­va is for trav­el­ers want­i­ng a first-rate ex­pe­ri­ence of ex­plor­ing the best wines of Ar­genti­na in a world-class set­ting. I’ll ad­mit, I’m to­tal­ly un­bi­ased be­cause I’m just a to­tal suck­er for good wine sur­round­ed by good peo­ple hav­ing great con­ver­sa­tions, but so be it: Anu­va is worth it!

Rob McAn­drew

I’ve on­ly met Rob a hand­ful of times, but every time, he’s ex­ud­ed a pas­sion for hunt­ing. He knows every de­tail and talks about it non­stop, and lives for the thrill. He’s the kind of guy I would want to take me hunt­ing!

Ma­di Lang

If I were to de­fine Ma­di Lang in one word, it would be “Awe­some”; if I had 4 ad­di­tion­al words, they would be, “Pas­sion­ate about Buenos Aires”. She spends all her time wan­der­ing around the streets, talk­ing to peo­ple, read­ing, think­ing and ex­pe­ri­enc­ing its his­to­ry — and do­ing so far, far away from the cliched…