First we will go to a nice, uninhabited, little island by boat where I will teach the basic steps of salsa and/or bachata, caribbean zouk in the sand with authentic latin music (about 1,5 hour). It is really easy and often funny. Naturally at the end it is possible to swim or snorkel in the clear water. In Gosier we taste the famous, local, delicious street-food: “bokit” and the home-made coconut ice cream. After eating we meet with everybody at the port of Pointe-a-Pitre ("La Marina") in front of the "Zoo Rock Cafe" . In the Marina we go for a cozy walk to admire the different boats and the caribbean atmosphere. In the evening we go dancing to a local latin bar, which is just there in the port and we will have fun with my dancing friends.
I used to work as a financial associate in Budapest for many years and I was teaching salsa/bachata for 4 years in my dance school. I have been dancing since I was a child and my big dream was to see the real caribbean life and dancing culture. So after a nice vacation in Guadeloupe I decided to move here, as I was amazed by the nature and the magnificent dancers. Now I am a tourist guide and I am teaching latin dances here. My aim is to show everybody the many positive effects and the joy of dancing. Dancing changed all of my life! :) My blog about Guadeloupe with lot of photos: https://www.facebook.com/karibialmok/
bokit, ice cream
We meet at the post office in Gosier centre and we go to Ilet du Gosier by boat. After dancing/swimming we can have a shower in La Datcha Beach. To eat bokit we go to the best local fast-food restaurant with a 5-minute walk. Then we go by car (everybody individually) to the port of Pointe-a-Pitre (La Marina) for a nice walk and the bar is just there.
The salsa/bachata class will be for beginners, it is no need to have a partner. In the local bar the dancers are really friendly and kind so a beginner can also dance there without any bad feeling.