“Cui va ‘n Palermu e ‘un vidi Cannoli, si nni parti sceccu e torna armali”
Cannoli Ospitanti in Palermo was a blast. The abundant sun, the fantastic sea view, the lovely crowd and lots of small packages of calories called granita or cannolo, all created an unforgettable experience.
Gabriele, a prime example of Sicilian hospitality, was the silent force that made everybody feel at home and taken care of.
Yes, we went and visited the Gods again at Mount Olympos (Greece). The occasion was the second Pandora Tango Marathon, organised by Antonella & Fabio. After last year’s
amazing first edition, we were really looking forward to this marathon, and we were not disappointed. In the luxurious Cavo Olympo hotel we had 4 days of tango, food and pool pleasure.
The best thing about being travelling tango photographers, is that you end up with good friends all over the world. Beirut is certainly in that list. I visited the city in 2011 and 2012, and now, after five years, Panni and me both found ourselves in this vibrant city, surrounded by great food, warm people and a yalla-party-like-it’s-always-someone’s-birthday spirit.
Alma and her team organised the second edition of the Beirut Tango Abrazo. We felt super welcome, and it was fantastic to see so many friends back: Phanou, Nadim, Mira, Jana, Rita, Walid and so many others. If you want to experience the joy of tango while bathing in extreme middle-eastern hospitality: try Beirut!