Friends Visiting BsAs

It’s been so great to have friends visiting…BsAs is such a lovely city to share. Not as old as Istanbul or car centric as Miami or Seattle, BsAs manages to be an easy and small city to navigate in, whether walking or taking a bus or taxi. BsAs has 48 different barrios, [neighborhoods].Some that haveContinue reading “Friends Visiting BsAs”

And now Happy Holidays

 

Maybe it’s time!!!

While living in the USA for last couple of months, I met many folks who admired my decision to no longer live in the US. Most expressing disbelief, but saying you are so brave for living the dream in retirement. Traveling, dancing and living as an expat in different counties. I paused to consider howContinue reading “Maybe it’s time!!!”

Back in Seattle, Washington,USA

Brrrr. I am cold. Yes, laugh it is 65 degrees in Seattle and the sun is shinning. My body is used to 75 and 85 degree weather. Yes, I have turned into a weather wimp. Ahh at least it’s not raining. And the sun is shinning. Tuesday night, we went to Gabriela’s Tango Happy HourContinue reading “Back in Seattle, Washington,USA”

Oh no!!! WTF…I said,

Really I have 2 fractures in my foot and can’t dance for a minimum of 2 months. This was the news my foot doc gave me, a week before leaving Istanbul for the US. That statement changed my perspective quite bit. I am used to being an active person moving, walking daily up to 4Continue reading “Oh no!!! WTF…I said,”

Late August

Its late August. Where did the time go? A moment ago it was June. As we prepare to travel to the the USA for a month or so, my thoughts focus on the experiences of living and dancing in Istanbul. Primarily, this city is a dichotomy of new and old creating a force field ofContinue reading “Late August”

Another amazing weekend of tango.

With the conclusion of Cappadocia Tango Maraton on Sunday, we moved onto a different locale.  From the heights of Cappadocia [1000 m] to the sea level of Marmaris, a small city on the Mediterran coast of Turkyie, we continue with this adventure. I do want to share some insights about Cappadocia Tango Maraton. First offContinue reading “Another amazing weekend of tango.”

Istanbul stories

We’ve been here two months and continue our discovery of all the milongas in the city while exploring the food and nightlife that exist here. We love Tango. We live Tango. We love Tango. We live Tango. But sometimes a change is really good for the hips and heart. [Think tango and then blues fusion]Continue reading “Istanbul stories”

Istanbul continued…

This city is so embedded with ruins and history everywhere you go. This city is huge 1539 square kilometers (594 square miles) And it’s history has over 2000 years going back to the Greeks, Romans, and the Ottomans before becoming the city known as Istanbul. For many years this city was previously known as ConstantinopleContinue reading “Istanbul continued…”

Its been a week…

It’s been a week since we arrived in Turkey. 10 hours from Buenos Aires to Miami and then 10 more hours to Istanbul, and then on to Antalya in 1.5 hours. So glad we flew over a few days, as sitting on a plane makes my body crazy. Plus no matter how many homeopathic sleepingContinue reading “Its been a week…”

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