Style: Kathak Dance | When: September 5-7, 2013 (Yes, it was a while back. Sorry for the delay!) | Where: Varanasi, India | Format: private classes | Instructor: Madhu Last thing I did before leaving India was to take 3 classes of Kathak dance. My instructor, Madhu taught me some basic steps and a short combo called “Salaam”. A piece that was traditionally performed […]
Belly dancers are always in a pursuit for that perfect song. Here are some great Israeli ...
The person who inspired me most to go on my dance trip was Kristine Adams, FatChanceBellyDance® ...
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Belly dancers are always in a pursuit for that perfect song. Here are some great Israeli musicians you should add to your list. 1. Orphaned Land An Israeli progressive metal band, formed in 1991, that combines Jewish and Arabian influences. Orphaned Land has just released their fifth album, entitled All is One. 2. Yair Dalal Yair Dalal is […]
The person who inspired me most to go on my dance trip was Kristine Adams, FatChanceBellyDance® troupe member, instructor, and world traveler. When I first watched her (sort of…) press conference, I realized I was feeling envious, and it made me think. That was the beginning of this crazy and fun journey. So I thought I […]
Style: Gharba (Folk dance from the state of Gujarat, India) | When: August 28, 2013 | Where: Diu, India | Format: spontaneous… | Instructor: Random guy in the street After Mumbai I went to Diu City in the state of Gujarat, India. There were just a few foreign tourists in Diu. It was funny to be stared at by beautiful women with […]
(I’m publishing this post using Email, I hope it works…) After landing in India, Iv’e spent 5 days in Mumbai. It was only the day before I left, that I finally found a wonderful teacher, Mrs. Ila Dalal. She has so much knowledge and was happy to share it with me. I asked to learn […]
Book a flight at Orbitz.com that leaves from Jordan. (10 minutes) Drive to the Jordanian border and pass the border (6 hours) Wait for the taxi (“ten minutes” in Jordanian taxi language = 1 hour) + Drive to Amman airport (2 hours) Wait in line for check-in just to be refused to get on the plane because […]