The readership gets a nice blip with a beautiful poster such as this. But nothing compared to the description of the party and photos afterwards. The hits go through the ceiling, like Kapolei Chapter HBDA, photos and write ups.
This Micro Blog is starting to get hits and not even in the search engines yet. If you have been into Twitter, this is for you, contact with mostly Oahu dancers.
Fiestas: A word from the Spanish but? Between 2000 and 300 BCE, complex cultures began to form in Mesoamerica. Some matured into advanced pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations such as the Olmec, Teotihuacan, Maya, Zapotec, Mixtec, Huastec, Purepecha, Toltec, and Mexica (also known as the Aztecs, an incorrect name coined in the 19th century by Alexander von Humboldt. The "Aztecs" were actually known as the Triple Alliance, since they were three smaller kingdoms loosely united together, which flourished for nearly 3,500 years before first contact with Europeans.
"Moliendo Cafe" por Azucar Moreno
Their local Indian parties were joined into by the Spanish and called Fiestas. And at this date, we are still having a Ball. Salsa Hawaii has a new album, called, "Vamos de Fiesta." It means "Let's Party" in Spanish.