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    Smile Thank you Reen.Blom and everyone....

    Thank you so much Reen.Blom for your nice welcoming words on the other forum.

    I guess I skipped the proper introduction through the Meet & Greet Forum, so I could not get the welcomes, but so far, Iīve received great comments and help (thanks Gisela for helping me find out about Shereen, I really like her music!!!)

    Everyone here seems so nice and supportive, it is great to have a place to share with others this passion


    Iīve only been reading through the forums for a few days, and Iīve already learned so much I hope I can also contribute and share the little knowledge I have

    Have a great weekend everyone!
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    Welcome Ecuabellydancer,

    This is a great forum to share your knowledge and experiences.

    Happy posting.

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    Heyyyyy welcome !!!!
    I think you are our first member from Equador !!
    Tell us how is bellydance community in your country? what style is the most popular? do you work in restaurants? theatre? clubs? teach?

    Maria Aya, Greece

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    Hi Maria Aya,

    There isnīt really a belly dance community here. In the city where I am from, Guayaquil, there is a big lebanese community, but I donīt think they do much to promote their culture. All we get from them is that they are great business people, because most of them are really wealthy


    So, as you can see, I am just starting this lovely journey to become, hopefully one day, a dancer
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    Aaaaawwwwww sweeeeeeet!

    *hugs and cuddles Ecua-sweetie-pie*

    I enjoy reading your posts and hope to see many many more!!

    What is the difference between traditional and oriental in your school and hey 120 gals is a fairly big school! I hope you share the pix soon from the events you got there! Always nice to see extended belly dance family on the other site of the world!

    More hugs and love to Ecua-gal

    Reen.Blom

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    hi and welcome .. a bit late but hey, I enjoyed what you had to say !!

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    But we DO eat kibbe and hommus! Hee heee this made me smile:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ecuabellydancer View Post
    Hi Maria Aya,
    In the city where I am from, Guayaquil, there is a big lebanese community, but I donīt think they do much to promote their culture. All we get from them is that they are great business people, because most of them are really wealthy

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    Ja, ja, Priscilla

    Thatīs true, in Guayaquil we have lots of places where you can eat yummy shawarmas

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    Ahhhh, but not like my aunt Zahia's. I'll invite you next time I'm in town habibti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ecuabellydancer View Post
    Ja, ja, Priscilla

    Thatīs true, in Guayaquil we have lots of places where you can eat yummy shawarmas

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    Warm welcomes and Happy Posting!

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