Dear Advisor Partners,
I love telling people about traveling to the far corners of the world, and the stories that come with it. Every time I tell these stories, I imagine what it could be like if I had a clone that allowed simultaneous visits to different parts of the Earth. Before you ask, yes, I do daydream, a lot.
Well, this week, the vision came true, as two of my colleagues were in Argentina and Uganda on inspection trips at the same time. Now before I go into the coolness of this happening, let me tell you about these two colleagues. Gisela Polo, originally from Peru, visits Argentina and the neighboring regions in addition to her home, Peru regularly. This trip takes her from Buenos Aires up through Salta, ending up on a road to the Bolivian Salt Flats, traversing a new path we are exploring. Her findings will lead to a new program that redefines how we combine Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia. Tatiana Johnston, originally from Ecuador, has a passion for climbing peaks, which where she finds herself regularly. She is in Uganda, gorilla trekking in Bwindi Forest, which is a place always gravitate to during my visits. Of course, she makes it home to Ecuador to visit and explore new options each year as well.
So here we are, Gisela’s on her way to Cafayate, and Tatiana’s completing a successful gorilla trek. This is the first part of the dispatch we put together of their experience, with more to share next week. Please enjoy the video and ask yourself, which corner are you searching for?