It’s getting even more busy being here. I’m still so thankful for this opportunity it is completely changing the way I think and view the world, myself, and dance . Like I said, I’m not the best with my words, so here are some pictures from Tuesday!

IMG_3837-0.JPGCara, one of our group leaders, taught class at the University of Panama. It was amazing to see how well the students create choreography and how quickly they adapted to improve techniques. I’m starting to get attached to the students and I’m beginning to wish they were my classmates.

Right after teaching, we ate, and a few other girls and I (Sarah, Shirine, Keira) ate lunch and we had an amazing and necessary talk about our experiences at our university. Lots of tears in a cafeteria! But I’m so bonded to the group of people who are on this trip.

Following the university we went straight to Aldea SOS in Panama City. Originally we were to have 3 groups dividing the ages but due to a rain and thunderstorm we all were huddled under 1 gazebo. It was absolutely amazing. The kids just want to be loved and what better way to share and express love than through dance. We weren’t allowed to take pictures of the kids, but once I get a group photo
I’ll be sure to add it.

After Aldeas we came home and took showers and walked to the fish market

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IMG_3872.JPGThe sights on our way to food are beyond gorgeous

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Langosta y ceviche de pescado!

After dinner we went to Artes Martes and got to watch an amazing and hilarious Cabaret performance.

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We then headed home extremely exhausted but so full from the day!

This is all so incredible!
Chau

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