Polka SA Nayon?


Polka Sa Nayon, directly translated as Polka in the Village, is a popular Philippine Folk Dance. It originated in Batangas, a Tagalog region in the Northern Philippines. It's usually danced at local fiestas or community parties.
Q&A Related to "Polka SA Nayon?"
tang na mo. It is a ballroom dance that started from the Batangas Province. The dancers wear colorful clothes.
1. Bring your left foot forward then bring your right foot to your left heel. Step forward with your left foot, hold it and bend your body to the left side. 2. Touch your left heel
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During Pista sa Nayon (a Filipino phrase meaning "town festival" Filipinos would gather for
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