You may not want to wear a raincoat and go out with friends in the rain, but if you’re lucky, there’s a good chance you’ll be dancing in a rainstorm on the beach.
But how do you get out in the water, or even the rain?
Here are our tips for dancing in rain.
Get out of the water Take a walk in the fresh water.
While it may not seem like it, there are plenty of places where you can swim.
Take a look at our guide to water in your area.
Get in the mood Take a stroll around the beach and enjoy the sand.
Just don’t wear a wet suit and take a dip in the surf.
You won’t be able to dance to the last dance in the ocean when the sun is shining.
Get your water fix The perfect time to get in the pool is at 10am.
You can also go swimming in the harbour or try your luck at the sand pit.
Wear a rain coat and get your water up to a reasonable level The best way to get out of a rain storm is to wear raincoats and be prepared for some rough weather.
Take your pick from the best local dances There are a few local dances that you can go to if you want to get some great vibes.
Some of the local dances we like include: Bongos de Bemesas, Bongotongan, La Boca, and Mango.
Be prepared for the rain The weather is forecast to get wet and muddy at this time of year.
The weather in the city is not always as clear, so it’s a great time to go out in public or for some casual fun.
Find a place to chill out You can stay up all night in your own tent or you can bring a friend.
The only thing that matters is you’re not too cold and ready to go. 8.
Dress appropriately Wear sunscreen and a hat if you plan on going out in rain and wind.
The beach can be muddy so keep that in mind if you are going out at night.
Get a good swim If you’re going to a beach, you can expect to see plenty of people doing things like surfing, scuba diving and more.
Know your limits When it comes to your dance routines, you don’t want to go too overboard.
Just remember that you will be wet.
You may have a good time but be careful not to get too excited.
You could end up looking like a tourist!
Do your best to keep your friends close A good friend will always be there to help you out if you need a little extra help.
Try to keep a relaxed approach to the dance.