To mark the passing this year (although the World Cup Final winning goal aside, he rarely passed) of Diego Maradona.
The Wee Man, as we all know, loved a party, and we loved The Wee Man.
And being Argentinian he had natural rhythm which he brought to the dancing floor.
Taking in the Christmas Strictly show yesterday, and having listened to my son Ally’s radio show, got me thinking how good it would have been to see him Tango.
I’d put him with somebody similarly small, probably the gorgeous 4ft 11in Cuban-Floridian Janette Manrara.
Diego also had a strong voice and to tempt you into Ally’s prog, here’s a taster of Maradona’s singing.
There are a million reasons too to visit Maradona’s beloved Argentina
My two favourites would be football and football and a match and tour at Diego’s beloved Boca Juniors would be high up on my list.
Pampas and polo
But obviously the music, and I know a man who knows his Argentinian music,
While there’s also the pampas and the polo, which I know they, and an old schoolmate of mine, play on the fields of England.
The former US First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt said of The Iguazu Falls which spills a quarter of a million gallons of water a day: ‘poor old Niagara.’
And while the bustling cities of Buenos Aires, Cordoba and Mendoza are a must, the southernmost city on Earth, Ushuaia is too.
We’d suggest the 12-day Wendy Wu Essence of Argentina & Brazil tour from €4390pp with flights.
While G Adventures pairs Argentina and Chile, ten days Santiago to Buenos Aires from €1317 which is down from €1549.
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