Pass the salt

The food is oddly bland in Buenos Aires. There's no chili. No pepper. The salt needs salt. 

Japanese Garden

In Buenos Aires. Pretty beautiful. Must see.

Mina Guiahi joins consumer cannabis lifestyle brand

Mina Guiahi, head of capital markets as well as mergers and acquisitions (L) with Randy Smith, CEO of Sunday Goods (R) at the Wilcox, Arizona Sunday Goods cultivation facility.

Forbes, LOS ANGELES, CA – Sunday Goods, a vertically-integrated, consumer cannabis lifestyle brand, is announcing the appointment of Ms. Mina Guiahi as head of capital markets as well as mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as of March 19, 2019.

Guiahi is formerly a director of the cannabis investment banking group at Cowen, one of the first U.S. investment banks to enter the cannabis sector. During her tenure, she was the lead manager on Canopy Growth’s $600 million convertible transaction. Cowen led the first major U.S. exchange cannabis IPO to date, with Tilray in 2018, according to a news release.

Sunday Goods

The Arizona-based cannabis company, Sunday Goods, debuted their "sleep" vaporizer in an iconic blue at Hall of Flowers B2B trade show, in Sonoma, California, last year. The brand features midnight blue branding and preppie packaging that is reminiscent of "the Khiel's of the cannabis space."

The company produces flower, edibles, pre-rolls, topicals, and oils. Their products are available in select California cannabis dispensaries, including Harborside and Apothecarium.

“Sunday Goods has spent three years building the preeminent cannabis lifestyle brand of tomorrow that resonates with all customer profiles—from the newcomer to the aficionado," according to Sunday Goods Founder and CEO, Randy Smith.

Iran Plaza

Today in Buenos Aires: Gifts from the Shah during 1965 visit to Argentina. 

Buenos dias Buenos Aires

Visiting this beautiful city for a week.


One of many birds who visit the garden to feed on the plum trees. 

Nasrin's lashes

"Every lash on Nasrin, is a lash on all of us"

Amnesty International in front of the Islamist fascists' Rome embassy protesting Nasrin Sotoude's 148 lash and 38 year conviction.





She shows up as soon as I open the garden gate expecting crumbs. 

Dreamy reality

Valentino on my bed.

Watching the Warriors

Live broadcast on my phone tonight in Jack's Cafe in Cusco.