Dancing samba at Salgueiro
Our trip to salgeiro was an unforgettable experience. We danced the night away (and drank a few too many caipirinhas) in a samba school and it was definitely an authentic Brazilian experience. The folks at the school were friendly and welcoming and you do not need to know samba to attend (you can really dance however you like – mainly the performers danced samba, but most of the attendees were free dancing). Pablo had a lot of energy and made sure that everyone was enoying the experience.
Nick Irwin, United States.
On last saturday we had a wonderful evening Dancing samba at Salgueiro. Our students had the opportunity to know a little more of Rio‘s carnival culture. The evening began with dancers show and our students, especially boys, were very happy to take pictures with these dancers.
After this presentation, the Salgueiro’s singers started a lively competition to decide the best song that will be used in the next Carnival. It was really fun, because our students participated in the competition. Each team had their flags and distributed to the participants. We danced and had a great time there. The more we drank caipirinhas, we danced more.