Saturday, May 4, 2013

Jarabe Dancers

I like Latin Folk Dance. The music is very lively and full of energy. Dancers wear colorful and decorated outfits. Every time I see or hear Jarabe dancers performing, it always lift my spirit!
The Jarabe is considered Mexico’s “national dance” and is the best known outside the country, often called the “Mexican Hat Dance” in English. The dance symbolizes the courtship of a woman by a man, who at first is refused but accepted in the end.
Jarabe dancers performed at the Strawberry Festival in Poteet, TX.


Lulu said...

they look really lovely with their clothes. awesome! must be a very fun festival too!

Emzkie said...

wow ka nice muntan-aw ani mommy dhemz oi. gusto ko mu tan aw ani na sayaw. colorful bitaw kaau sila.
ang mga babae diay kay pakipot diay permiro. lol

BPC hop

Unknown said...

I like the colors and style of their dress. they look like mexicans. bisan siguro ug iwarawara to the max na bayot di jd makita ang panty sa hahaha

""rarejonRez"" said...

There, I am learning one new thing right now about Mexico. Mao diay na ilang National Dance! Yes indeed, I love their costumes kay colorful kaayo. Murag lively kaayo ang atmosphere when you watch it. Maayo diha kay rich pud kaayo mo sa Mexican culture. Diri Asian ang daghan maong Asian fests ang permi naku makita gina-advertise but we never go. Lol.

BPC hop sa kaadlawon! :D

Ciela said...

Ang ganda ng mga costumes ng Mexican dancers talaga! Good for you that you had a chance to see them perform that lively dance! Ang saya nyan!

Hope you are always doing well as ever, Dhemz! Ingat!

Chubskulit Rose said...

I love their costumes, very colorful!