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When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far...

When I asked my husband for three adjectives to describe Argentina he came up with: “wine sodden, welcoming and weirdly Welsh”. Might seem like a strange collection of words, but it’s not far.