When I tell my students or tango friends that I consider El Corte my tango home, those who have never been there, often ask what makes it so special.
Well, El Corte is my tango home, but it is more than just that. It is a place where I feel I arrived at and it is a place that I am in no hurry to leave. It is a place where I am embraced and kissed by people who are genuinely happy to see me. It is a place where I can be myself, my FULL self.
It is a place where I used to go to as often as possible. It made me feel perfectly well in my skin.
It is only about an hour into the Saturday night milonga, when I get there, but the marathon location is already steamy hot. The atmosphere feels heavy and muddy thick.
I'm Hannah A. Tomšič from Ljubljana, Slovenia. I'm in love with both leading and following in tango. It is wonderful to explore tango indefinitely and to help others learn. Please, join my quest. Ask a question, tell me your story, make me see another perspective. We are all here to learn from each other.