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"Thank  God it's Friday." Yes, I do know that it's Monday morning,  the first day of another work week, but I also know that at the end of the week, you'll be saying, "TGIF!" and soon after you breathe that lusty sigh of relief, you're then going to ask, "What can I do on a Friday night?" Todo l

Something New!

Hello, chaps. What's the good word with you, then? Over here, at Casa de Todo Latino, it's been all lovely new events for the past month. First of all, on Sunday, October 24, 2010, Wilson hosted a lovely Bachata workshop. Twenty four people in all, learning to do steps, and how to regain their beats

As Simple As Joy (new classes start this week!)

Have you ever had one of those days, when everything is going all a bit wrong, only for something to be absolutely right happen when you least expect it? Well, this is what happened to me. I got up this morning, couldn't find my house keys, missed my seven o' clock bus, staggered to my day job only

New Courses!

Hello chaps, Whew, it's been a busy few weeks over here in casa Todo Latino. We had dance classes at Nottingham's Rivera on the beach, a couple of parties in Loughborough over the holidays, and now, like most things, summer is over, and school has started. With September comes shorter days and lon

When I say, “Pictures!” you say “Facebook!”

Hey, chaps! We had a party in Loughborough week before  last weekend at the Charnwood golf course.  Of course, I had a post ready to go, but taking my reader's comments to heart (omg, I have readers!), I thought I'd pepper the post with some pictures.  Due to me working at the door,  pictures w

Janus: Looking To The Past and Future

Normally, after Amanda and Wilson do a workshop, they tend to sit down and take stock of what went wrong (or right). Was it well advertised? Well attended? Did people enjoy themselves, learn something new, enjoy the food? (Okay, that's a question I'd like to think that they ask themselves, because t

Samba Classes – a taster (pictures to follow)

Tonight, at Todo Latino, we had a free Samba class,  from 19.30-18.30. "Samba?" I hear you say. "But Jazzy, you write  a Salsa/Bachata blog."  I know, I know, but (wo)man can't live on Salsa alone, so we tend to have other teachers in from other disciplines to show our students a thing or two. T

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