|"May I help you?"|
|Good Bye Hostel Betty in Patagonia|
|Magellan's boat is SO small!|
|Patagonia: 8:18 PM and still light enough for a rainbow|
|First Class Attendant!|
|Sweet "Brisa" (Cristina's kitty)|
|Wake up, Les!|
|Genoveva and Nahuel|
|Folkloric Dance: Chakadera and Samba|
A young man in a suit evidently loved dancing, and was quite graceful and dashing with the ladies. He joined the live band later with a mandolin type instrument.
|one woman band street musician|
|Buenos Aires's version of "Freecycle"|
|Three Phases Of Woman|
|Sue with big bad wolf|
|Rodin's work in the park|
|"How long do I have to lie like this?"|
I got to the dance jam and Gabriel recognized me from teaching long ago here. I didn’t expect to negotiate faces from the past—I am so bad at this. Genoveva was there and we had a dance that was airy, full of momentum and joy.
Dani let me experiment with an idea I have for a class I want to teach next week in Chile about the muscles hugging the bones. Our dance was full of friction, spiral, pressure and contraction, starting with an enormous hug. Dancing with Paula and another presented a trio that inter-weaved the three of us with surprise, joy and satisfaction. I was happily spent when the jam ended, and took the 24 bus back to Cristina’s nice home.
|Cristina and Nora in the boat on the Tigre Delta|
|Mate on the lawn|
|The beach on the river|
January 16—Today was Tigre day. Nora, Cristina and I drove to the delta of Tigre where we went to a park with a small river beach, and we ate fruit, drank mate and beer, and relaxed in the sun. The river is brown, but a wonderful temperature. I assume it’s pretty polluted, so I kept my head out. We had a wonderful time going and coming.
|Cristina and Paula|
|Bryce and Gustavo|