A fortnight ago I went salsa dancing in Los Barrios. It’s been a decade since I last tried doing these sexy moves. I used to love dancing but in recent years other engagements took over, like writing and associated energetic mental activities – regrettably, physical exercises have been largely neglected.
Despite the fact that I was unable to communicate with Spanish-speaking dancers, I was made very welcome by everyone there, especially the Cuban teacher Raul, his wife Trini and a lovely Spanish lady Teresa. I’m indebted to their hospitality and genuine warmth of their beautiful hearts.
Salsa Dancing in Southern Spain
Given that it’s a busy time of the year and there are many demands in every day life, such as writing and posting Christmas cards, doing last minutes shopping for gifts and wrapping them, Christmas lunches and dinner parties, and food preparation for the festive season, my blog today will be short and sweet. Please check out the dancing clip above, and see if you can move your body and shake your bonbon, as I did. Most of all, enjoy the sweet music I picked to go with this video – It’s called called “Aqua dulce, agua sala’, which I understand means “Sweet water, salty water”.
Now get up and get dancing!
One final note and recommendation: If you’re ever in Southern Spain, do check out this fabulous dancing venue in Los Barrios: http://www.salsaludando.es/.
Here is the link to my YouTube Video: Salsa Dancing in Southern Spain. Enjoy!