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... including our instructor, and they were impressive though there weren't quite the big lifts I've seen on Strictly Come Dancing. Having said that maybe the big lifts are in different styles of ballroom dance anyway. That's my ignorance showing. It was interesting to watch the men in particular, our instructor oozed confidence. He had no doubt the lady would do what he expected when and where. He was in complete control. Another guy however, whilst still proficient ...
... got used to them pretty quickly. Peter was a pro and competitive as always, Lisa tried not to look too much like an amateur. After 30 minutes we started our own polo game (Lisa and Kim vs. Dutch Lisa and Peter). It was a hell of a lot slower than to professionals but we manage 3 goals each side (including a cracker by Lisa and a good few by Peter). As we were at a tie, it went to the Golden Goal (whoever scores next wins) and of course Lisa's team won (guess who's writing this ...
... reflect on the life I left behind, trying to determine what I value and would like to reestablish in my future, versus what I can do without. I've spent much of my life trudging forward on what I believed to be the right path, without properly evaluating what I want. Recently I've arrived, after much hard work, at a point where I have many options from which to choose, yet I ...
... cosmetic work done in Buenos Aires.
Just at about an hour later, we were done at the dentist’s and off to San Telmo. San Telmo is the quaintest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, complete with cobblestone streets and plenty of antique stores. It was originally inhabited by the elite families of Buenos Aires who fled during the yellow fever outbreak of 1871. Today, it is a melting pot of cultures with a gritty feel.
We took a brief stroll by foot before ...
... interesting thing about this church, a man who had been general in the revolution was also a Mason. He was buried in the building but in a special "lean to “not considered part of the sacred building. His tomb was guarded by honor guards.
Buenos Aires got its name from a nearby port that was name for the Patron saint of sailors; the Virgin of Fair Air (from Italy) who made sure sailors ...