Lucho y Cecilia
Tango Magico school in Constanta
Lots of catching up...

Saturday, November 17, 2007

on BsAs, of course

Tango in Buenos Aires from Kate9 on Vimeo.

I can't really concentrate on anything else. ANYTHING. I really don't want to build up my expectations so every time the BsAs thought creeps in I try to find something to do. Not that I wouldn't have stuff to do. I have a lot of things to do and I ignore each and everyone of them. It's stupid. Can't really focus on anything...

I want to be there already. To walk the streets to smell the air to meet the portenos to go to milongas to go to classes to see the maestros to listen to live tango around the corners to drink a coffee early in the morning anywhere in any square just sitting and watching Buenos Aires going by. Sunrise. To feel the blood and beat of the city enchanted by music. Sleepless nights and tiresome days. Oblivion and surrender.

Maybe not.


  1. Everything you've described is what draws us to BA sooner or later. It will be just as wonderful as you expect, yet be prepared for many lovely surprises, too.

  2. Well, I guess I'd be doing exactly the same if i were in your place. Just go there already, come back and tell us all your stories :)

  3. That was not anonymous! AHH, I hate the new google system


  4. 5:45AM

    That was about the time that I got back to my apartment from milongas.

    I am sure you will enjoy every minute of it, even though there is bad tango too in BA.

    Have fun and rest a lot before you go.


  5. Dear 5:45 AM and co.,

    I hope BS will be everything you have hoped for and more. Have fun, take care, come back safe and sound to share your tango wisdom with the rest of us. Don't be put off by the long flight. You know what they say : "Good things happen to he who awaits".
    I wish you all a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and a great ( summer) holiday.