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... dancers were incredibly athletic and left us stunned at many of their movements. Arriving home at midnight on a high then trying to sleep and get up for a 6.30 departure was a rather unfortunate end to absolutely brilliant day.
Since Wendy forgot to take her camera there are no photos of the tango show. You'll have to wait a day or two till she gets some from the other photographers.
... went out and walked around the little shops of China town and got some interesting melon ice pop things and little cream cake deserts. The melon pops were absolutely awesome. When we were done with China town, we went to the building where Maria Jose lives and hopped in her car. We spent the next hour or so driving through some of the nicer parts of Buenos Aires while Vidala and Maria Jose, whom also lives in ...
... in a private double room with shared bathroom for $300 pesos per night per room (not per person).
... a slum and is now a bohemian, slightly funky arty area with cobblestone streets and buildings with intricate facades. Best part was the dulce de leche ice cream from Nonna Biancas.
What is it about Argentina that makes dinner last all evening? We took a taxi to a closed door restaurant (Casa Coupage) five miles from our hotel. What an evening! A tasting menu with wine pairings created a ...
... a great vibe. I was not really in the mood for tango dancing and just fancied chilling on the sofas and watching the dancing and not taking a lesson. Angie did do a lesson but I just drank some wine and some chubby hairy Argentinian took his chance and chewed my ear off for the duration of the class. It was good for my Spanish at least. Angie and I decided we would come back on Friday and I would do a class when I was feeling slightly more alive and able to follow ...