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Hints & Myths about Argentine Tango
       
Cambridge Tango Bar 1999

He eventually, and not without incident, returned home to Ely and memories began to fade.

He knew he had forgotten much of what he had learned during those first days.

Then some of the friends he had met in Granada suggested a rendezvous at the Waldorf; Tango Tea Dances were in town!

He arranged a refresher lesson in Cambridge with Stephanie in an attempt to recapture some of those fading memories.

"Just remind me of everything I learned" he asked naively.

Sadly the Tea Dance was already sold out but he resumed his learning journey and began visiting Paul and Michiko at El Once in London that Summer with some of his new-found holiday friends.

Round Church in Cambridge

 
He began to understand how difficult this dance would be to master properly; one or two hours a week of lessons during term times would not be enough if he was to meet his goal.

He booked another tango holiday - this time to Madrid.

 
     

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