Hello Explorers and dancers ๐Ÿ™‚

It’s so nice to come back to you!

I was really busy these days, however our mate Nick kept training in Argentine Tango with Nathalie at Numero dos ๐Ÿ˜‰

In the previous articles you have seen him move his first steps (click here) and then having more confidence as to re-name a famous step such as “rock in step” into “Rocky step“!

Now Nick is ready to invite Nathalie in a proper dance ๐Ÿ™‚

Did he learn how to do it?

Surely he knows how toย wave a fan as a lady in the Eighteenth century…hihihiย 

Well, it was actually at the early of Nineteenth century that Argentine tango was born and the aim was to meet at a venue to dance and of course socialize.

Dancing in those times was a special occasion to talk to each other and for men to be close to a woman.

Hopefully Nick will be able to invite you ladies to the dance floor, so don’t miss out!

Go to Numero Dos, as if Nick can do it you can do it!!! And your partner too ๐Ÿ˜‰

Dancing is good for the spirit really, it makes you feel happy!

This is my experience of dancing and it was also watching Nathalie and Nick dancing together, there were moments when I couldn’t stop laughing… One of the highlights was Nick admitting that he just saw the music as an annoying background noise and not something he was supposed to dance with ๐Ÿ™‚

Watch the video below till the end and you will see whyNick behind the scenes is always entertaining…hihihi

When I came to Malta I felt free for the very first time in my life.

I felt free to explore, to taste new adventures and I felt free to express myself in dancing, something I always wanted to do!

The Tango community in Malta is a lovely hub where you are free to be yourself, meet people plus getting to know such a cultural dance from an amazing teacher like Nathalie!

And of course have fun!

Our two friends below had fun too that day, with Nick even making a proposal to Nathalie….But this, again, is another story, so follow us and follow Flora the Explorer ๐Ÿ˜‰

Thanks a lot to Nathalie Mifsud for her dedication, patience and professionalism that made Nick, a boxer, become a Tanguero!

Well Nick, as Nathalie said, you now have 20 years in front of you to practise and practise, so shall we dance?

Thanks a lot to Nina and Angel, Nathalie’s dogs to be super spectators, as you can see Numero Dos is a pet friendly location that can be rented for your parties as well.

For more information about Numero Dos and Nathalie’s lessons, please click here

Remember that every Saturday evening at 9pm till Midnight there is the Milonga dancing night and you can participate for free, while dancers pay only 4 euros.

See you there ๐Ÿ˜‰