I wanted to thank all the people that, on the blog and elsewhere, gave me advice, told me their experience and in general encouraged me in many ways for my (now) forthcoming trip to Argentina and Peru.
It has been a real pleasure hearing these experiences and receiving all the advice and proposal for help to make the most of this journey, I hope to receive more and I wanted to say to you all that you’ve been of great help and that you also made me want to go there even more 🙂 .
I thanked and I’ll thank the people who I regularly see in person, but I here on the net I especially want to thank those who I won’t see until I get to Argentina and those who I won’t see for who knows how much time, since they’re on the other side of the world. In strict alphabetical order.
Alex, whose blog provides both wonderful posts and wonderful photos of the most strange and non tango-related things
Barry, that I met on youtube and always sends me great music and challenges me with the most wonderful or strange conversations
Cherie, that demonstrates how people can love a kind of tango and yet be civil and open and all the things I never dreamed of in my city
Damian, whom I met in person and had a great time dancing with, but now has gone back to Australia
Deby, who writes the first tango blog I ever found and read and continue reading, because it’s so great
Jantango, who I don’t know, not even on the net, but thank you very much anyway for your comments and advice
MissTango, who writes wonderfully and, apart from tango, made me discovery very interesting stuff about BsAs even before I decided to go there
and Tina, that I might meet here in Italy sometime in the future, but for the moment I expect to meet in BsAs
So, everybody, a very heartfelt thank you, grazie mille.
And now back to my exams, which are now the real reason that keeps me away from my blog.