What are the Interesting most Unexpected Places you have ever danced?

If you are a Salsa enthusiast, you have probably broken out into a basic, done a quick spin or even some shines in some pretty ‘interesting’ places. The most common being elevators, public restrooms, waiting in a que at the bank or even in a shopping centre.

Now for the real Salsa lover, you have definitely taken this a step further and actually done partner-work in way more interesting locations. I recently compiled a list of some of the much more memorable and interesting places I have danced and thought it might be interesting to share it with you:

Top 4 most Memorable ‘Interesting’ dances:

  • Bachata In the Indian Ocean
  • Kizomba In a pool (Croatia)
  • Salsa on the Beach (Croatia)
  • Salsa On Lions Head (a mountain in Cape Town – the view is amazing)

Chilly Alisar dancing Salsa

Other Interesting Places I have danced:

  • On top of a Bar (This was a scary one)
  • In a Cave
  • In a Park
  • On a basket ball court
  • On a Boat
  • On an Ocean liner
  • At traffic lights
  • On the street
  • On a train platform

Top 3 places where I wanna dance

  • On a plane
  • On a Party busy
  • On the train (missed the opportunity in Paris)

Now its your turn, tell me about some of the interesting / awkward places where you have danced or where you would like to!

Till next Thursday – you know the drill!

About Chilly

Causality - I believe for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Cause and Effect. I am the cause - what will be the effect?
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2 Responses to What are the Interesting most Unexpected Places you have ever danced?

  1. Amanda says:

    Eiffel Tour, my most exotic Salsa dance 🙂

  2. Tumbao says:

    I did a Salsa shine for the ancient stones while around 40 people looked on quizzically. It was strange for them I am sure as the music was in my head and therefore not audible.
    Powerful place 🙂

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