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(m) Being Saved from the Seasnake

(m) Being Saved from the Seasnake

Finca Los Pinos, Tepotzotlan

Lots of people insisted that we have the seasnake dance, the infamous "vibora de la mar." it entails having the bride and groom both standing on chairs, with their backs to each other, and protected by brave and strong friends from the seasnake. actually, there are two seasnakes. the first is composed of a female conga line, winding its way in a figure-eight around the couple, and trying to knock them off the chairs. it really gets wild with the male conga line, though, as you can see from patricio's demise in the next photo.

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