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TRAVEL WITH US: Vamos a bailar Salsa en Cuba!  If this doesn't make you want to come to Cuba and dance salsa right away, what does??  Take the opportunity now --> www.zezeetravel.com  We can help you create your customized dream travel, with salsa-dancing included of course!  What are you waiting for???

TRAVEL WITH US: Vamos a bailar Salsa en Cuba! If this doesn't make you want to come to Cuba and dance salsa right away, what does?? Take the opportunity now --> www.zezeetravel.com We can help you create your customized dream travel, with salsa-dancing included of course! What are you waiting for???

Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina von Misty Copeland http://www.amazon.de/dp/1476737983/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_JpEuvb0GHX8DH

Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina von Misty Copeland http://www.amazon.de/dp/1476737983/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_JpEuvb0GHX8DH

Havana d'Primera - Al final de la Vida - Video Oficial [2012]. Choreography by Michael Fonts!!!

Havana d'Primera - Al final de la Vida - Video Oficial [2012]. Choreography by Michael Fonts!!!

Kaysha Diamonds - Haitian Konpa / Kompa Dance

Kaysha Diamonds - Haitian Konpa / Kompa Dance

World Salsa Champions John Vazquez and Judy Aguilar | SHOW DANCE II

World Salsa Champions John Vazquez and Judy Aguilar | SHOW DANCE II

Mambo Dancer. Born in Puerto Rico, he was referred to as "the greatest Mambo dancer ever" by Latin jazz and Mambo musician Tito Puente and Life Magazine. He got his nickname, "Cuban Pete", from the classic Mambo song Cuban Pete by Desi Arnaz.

Mambo Dancer. Born in Puerto Rico, he was referred to as "the greatest Mambo dancer ever" by Latin jazz and Mambo musician Tito Puente and Life Magazine. He got his nickname, "Cuban Pete", from the classic Mambo song Cuban Pete by Desi Arnaz.

The Afro-Cuban dances all share the instrumentation of three conga drums, or cajones, claves, palitos, and/or guagua, lead singer and coro. Optionally, checkeré and cowbells. The heavy polyrhythms ...

The Afro-Cuban dances all share the instrumentation of three conga drums, or cajones, claves, palitos, and/or guagua, lead singer and coro. Optionally, checkeré and cowbells. The heavy polyrhythms ...

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