Fango Pango or Wango Tango?


Does anybody remember that crazy American musician Ted Nugent? I’ll give my dad about 10 seconds of viewing this video and meanwhile my brother will probably be head banging to the same tune.

If you ask me this song is a classic piece of rock and roll history and I’ll admit that the energy driven tune makes me want to swish my hair all over the place but I’m pretty sure that will be shortly followed by a sore neck!

Miraculously, Ted Nugent is not only drug free but he also doesn’t drink alcohol. So he’s just naturally nuts and I say kudos to him! Not too many people in the world can be that uninhibited without a bit of help. Especially in his industry.

But lets talk about ‘fango’. You see, ever time I hear that word I think of the song “wango tango”. Fango, in Italian, means ‘mud’. It took me a while to wrap my head around this one but eventually I caught on. And, for the first time I also indulged in a “fango treatment”.

There’s a fantastic Terme (Spa with natural springs) in Pre Saint Didier. And dare I say, the customer service was outstanding! While we were in the Alps we treated ourselves to a day there and we both emerged relaxed and happy. I’ve been to quite a few spas and this one is now on my top 10 list! In fact, my next post will be a list of the best spas I have been to because if you’re a spa junkie like me then it’s always a good idea to know where to get your next fix! Does that make me a spa pimp I wonder?

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About lmarmstrong66

I'm a blogger, painter, writer, singer. For the love of all things in nature and creativity.
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