Late Monday afternoon, John and I followed Florian, one of the researchers, out of the university and along the river front to a large boat shed. It was a perfect day. Rowing teams and kite-surfers were enjoying the water. Waiting in the shade of the eucalyptus and gum trees, we spotted three dolphins. I didn't think the setting could get any better, until Giulia, the salsa teacher, led us inside.
I didn't quite get the concertina filled, as I was only working for about 90 minutes, so we are going back again next Monday. This time we will interview Giulia's teaching assistant (the one in the lovely outfit in the top sketch), as it will be interesting to get her take on the work, from the very different perspective of someone with much less autonomy, but also much less responsibility and background preparation.