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Una vez a la semana alumnos de La Herradura salen a bailar salsa o bachata con un profesor que lleva muchos años dando clases en diferentes lugares de Montevideo. A estas clases también asisten uruguayos, así que aparte de bailar, nuestros estudiantes también practicán su español. Anoche hubo una función doble, 1 hora de salsa seguida por 1 hora de bachata y después fueron a un bar para seguir practicando hasta altas horas de la madrugada. // Once a week students of La Herradura Spanish school attend Salsa or Bachata lessons with a teacher, who has been teaching all over the city of Montevideo for many years. Our students can practise their Spanish with the Uruguayans assisting the lessons as well. Last night 1 hour of salsa and 1 hour of bachata was taught and after the 2 hour lesson, they went to a bar to practise with others until early morning.

Si te gusta bailar salsa, puedes reservar un curso de combinado; clases de español por la mañana y clases de salsa por la tarde / noche. // If you like to dance salsa, you can reserve a combination course: Spanish lessons in the morning and salsa lessons in the afternoon / evening.  Leer más / read more

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10806299_1085009214848290_534719887642781980_nOn Wednesday night, a group of us went to a tango and salsa party in the centre of Montevideo. It was a fantastic way to spend our Wednesday night and it gave us a real insight into the Uruguayan culture. Dances like salsa, tango and batchata are a huge part of the culture of the Rio de la Plata and the dancers at the Salsa party demonstrated this at it’s best! I should have been slightly concerned about the fact that there was going to be many fantastic dancers and I personally have two left feet but I wasn’t at all because Uruguayan people are always consistently welcoming and last night proved not to be an exception.

The earlier stage of the night involved us spectating whilst the experienced dancers showed us how it’s done and then after a couple of cervezas, the addition of some lively latin music, confetti and party horns, the atmosphere had completely changed. Everyone in our group of ‘extranjeros’ got involved and gave salsa a try at one point and you can see some of us in the pictures included below. The night enabled us to meet lots of lovely Uruguayan people, learn about their culture at a level which isn’t usually accessible to tourists and it has inspired us all to take up the salsa lessons alongside our course!

Follow the link to see videos taken of the night: http://youtu.be/S0gxQFPfekU

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Todos los jueves bailamos salsa. Una manera divertida de practicar el español moviéndonos.  Disfruta con nosotros.

Thursday is salsa night, a perfect and fun way to learn Spanish
while dancing.  Join us!

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