First Man Back in Havana

I hope to be the first Man back in Havana, or rather the first visitor, guest, tourist coming back. Ideally with the first flight, when international travel opens up again. March 24th 2020 Cuba locked down for tourists. I flew out the next morning. A couple of days before, the Cuban authorities started to transfer tourist from Case Particulares to

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Cuban Salsa: Dile Que No con Molino y Habanero

This Dile Que No is good for training a shoulder lead Habanero turn, walking on 1-2-3, turning on 5-6-7. The DQN has replaced the common Coca-Cola turn on 5-6-7 with interesting windmill (Molino) arms. The move is the last part of a move called Yoyoflow con Molino. For background information about the Yoyoflow moves see the “Yoyoflow (Coca-Cola Moderno)” tutorial.

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Cuban Salsa: Yoyoflow con Molino

This is another variation of the extraordinary move, I call Yoyoflow. It has characteristic windmill (Molino) arm movements in the Dile Que No at the end. For background information about the move, see my tutorial “Yoyoflow (Coca-Cola Moderno)”. The Video Clip is from a YouTube video labeled “Salsa Intermediate 31.01.12”, Moscow, Russia, 2012. This version is similar to Yoyoflow con

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Cuban Salsa: Yoyoflow con Habanero

This tutorial shows one variation of Yoandy Villaurrutia’s move Coca-Cola Moderno. I have named it Yoyoflow con Habanero because the Follow is unwrapped using first Vacilala and then Habanero twice, walking on 1-2-3 and turning on 5-6-7. For more background information see the tutorial named “Yoyoflow (Coca-Cola Moderno)”. The Video Clip is from a YouTube video named “Salsa Intermediate 0703”,

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Cuban Salsa: Yoyoflow con Vacilala

This tutorial shows one variation of Yoandy Villaurrutia’s move Coca-Cola Moderno. I have named it Yoyoflow con Vacilala because the Follow is unwrapped using Vacilala twice, turning on 1-2-3 and walking on 5-6-7. The other variations use the Habanero turn, walking on 1-2-3 and turning on 5-6-7. For more information see the tutorial named “Yoyoflow (Coca-Cola Moderno)”. The Video Clip

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Cuban Salsa: Arrebata

The dictionary translate Arrebata to snatch: “Grasp or seize hastily, eagerly, or suddenly”. In the “Salsa Steps” App, Arrebata is called “punctures”. The general dance term is “flares”. Arrebata on four or on eight can be used in social ono-on-one dancing when dancing apart. It is even possible to use it during normal dancing, to sneak it in here and

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