I’m really happy to announce a new project I worked on with some friends: SalsaTravelAdvisor! This website is helping dance lovers finding their next Salsa Congress, Bachata festival, Zouk, Tango and Kozomba event. With so many events around the World, it’s more and more difficult to decide which one to attend… so one day my … Continue reading
I discovered the Lebron Brothers listening this playlist from SalsaCanal, a guy that has hundreds of classic Salsa songs on his Youtube channel. It was 3 years ago when my friend Paul and me spent days listening the hit “Dies Lagrimas“. Since then, The Lebron Brothers is one of my favorite band.With their unique style, their sad … Continue reading
I’m writing this post from my bedroom in Amsterdam. Yep, my trip is over – finito - 3 months are passed and as I promised to my manager I’m back to work :) Coming home is still part of any trip, but I’m avoiding to think how I feel now (terrible!!) and concentrate in summarizing what happened last month of … Continue reading
The Lonely Planet guide to South-America says pretty clearly to skip Barranquilla because is too dangerous, too dusty and uninteresting. But in the city of world-famous Shakira, Salsa music is more popular than anything else and if you’re a Salsa lover would be a terrible mistake not to stop for a weekend here!! The Barranquilla … Continue reading
Salsa in Cartagena means places like Donde Fidel and Cafe´ Havana, and famous artist Joe Arroyo… In this post I´ll talk of all of them, experienced in the very hot and humid days I spent in the beautiful colonial city of Cartagena de Indias. Donde Fidel This is how the Lonely Planet describes this … Continue reading
From a place like Panama City, where Salsa is everywhere, the expectation for the Salsa Congress – that by pure coincident was in the same weekend as I was there! – grew naturally high :) When I reached the location Fiesta Casino on Friday evening I was super-excited.But I had to ask 3 times “donde … Continue reading
OK I´m already late updating the blog, but I´ve been 5 days in the sea sailing from Panama´to Cartagena (Colombia)… I´ll write later about this great experience, but now it´s time for the first post about the Salsa. The Salsa in Panama´city. In Panama´, Salsa music is everywhere.