Fevero 2022, Buenos Aires

Dancing in Buenos Aires continues to expand as I recently counted 24 Milongas on Hoy Milonga today. They are all over the city from Palermo to Recoleta, San Telmo to San Nicholas, Villa Crespo to Flores. I live in Barrio Norte and like to take the bus to my Milongas (the fare is 20 peso)Continue reading “Fevero 2022, Buenos Aires”

And the dancing is

Argentina opened to the world on November 1, and the trickle of foreigners into the country increases daily. Recently, walking in the streets I heard French and Russian spoken. Slowly the city returns. Have danced in many places, having fun as the people and the dancing evolves. Am posting fotos from El Beso, Sueno Portenyo,Continue reading “And the dancing is”

Well, Yes, Maybe

Recently, the government of Argentina has officially said it will allow more people into the country as of October. There stillis a large back up of Portenyos waitingto return home from what was supposed to be vacation. The backlog will probably take till the end of October. Am sure you have read or seen articlesContinue reading “Well, Yes, Maybe”

And the new restricciones

Wahoo. On Saturday, June 12th we learned what the new restricciones are. We are back to the future. The number of cases has come down and more vaccines have arrived. People still wear masks on the street, socially distanced from one another and the use of alchohol is obligatory. And the new restrictions are: WeContinue reading “And the new restricciones”

New restrictions begin

​ New protocols in Buenos Aires. Now. New restrictions and new protocols are being put in place. By now maybe you have heard the news about the virus and Argentina. And it is not good. Earlier in the week the number of infected cases rose to 24, 000 and yesterday was  36, 000. Argentina is inContinue reading “New restrictions begin”

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