Dancing

Dancing is central to latin culture and is already playing a big role in our time in Guatemala. On the first day the women of Ajkem’a Loy’a performed their typical dance, the “són.”


Later in the day we had a chance to also try the moves.

It has now become tradition to end our days with some dancing – son, reggaeton, salsa, and even some pop.

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