I went there to Tango on a Friday night. I'm an intermediate level dancer. This was the 5th lesson-milonga I'd been to that week. I paid 30 pesos for the 8 pm lesson. It was chaotic and a disastor. Sure, the teachers could dance, but they had no idea how to teach. Si I forked out another 30 pesos andtook the 9 pm lesson. This was taught by a young guy with long blond hair, without an assistant. He did a remarkable job. By the time the 9 pm lesson had ended there was quite a crowd there. I waited for about two hours, chatting to a couple of guys from the lesson, for the dance floor to fill up, but it never happened. I think there were at most 6 couples on the floor at one time. Everyone else was just watching. I asked two or three young ladies to dance, but none wanted to. This is very unusual for a milonga I had been to five other Milongas that week, and this was first for me.. Normally everyone says yes. I think most people were there just to watch, not to dance. Those that did dance were very good, but had seem to come as groups.
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