I love to dance, study, travel, and learn new things. I am a great cook (and I can also clean!). I speak various international languages and have friends all around the world.I love to dance tango, and I regularly go to the Tuesday night Bailonga dance at the Vet's Club on WIllamette at 8:00 PM, and the Saturday night dance at Studio B on 8th at 9:00 PM. Feel free to come to the dances, even if you have never danced tango before. You will be able to recognize me because I always wear a black beret and a black shirt. If you see me there, don't be shy. Come up and (if you have never danced tango before) tell me that it's your first time, and ask me for some pointers. I will be happy to give you my five-minute "crash course" (perhaps 'crash' is not the best word), and I promise you will have fun dancing, even if you have never danced tango. Tango is a social dance, and the most important thing is the connection with your partner. It's not about S and M set to music, or looking like you're auditioning for "Dancing with the Stars." It's more like a fun walk in the park with a good friend.If you come to one of the dances, you do not even need to say that you saw my invitation here. Just come and check me out and observe me in one of my natural habitats. If you have fun and there is mutual interest, we can take it from there. I go to dances in order to dance, and I have many friends there. I do not go there looking for girlfriends. But, if there is some chemistry between us, then we can develop a friendship. If you are not interested in dancing or if you get jealous seeing someone you are close to dancing with other women, then perhaps tango (and I) are not right for you.I used to dance professionally, and dancing is something that brings me great joy. I love to share that joy with others. But come and get to know me. Who knows if we will end up in the state of eternal bliss, but at least you will have a good time, get some exercise, and meet new people.