Night at Lebanese Club

Hello Blogwalker.

Today, I would like to share with you one of my best experience here. It was 2 years ago when I was 21 y.o.


There was a night when we were searching for a place to waste some time, eating and shisha-ing, We stumbled upon this very unique middle east restaurant or club or whatever it is that really caught our attention. The shisha was so damn good and not to mention their food. We were seating outside because the view is a little more intimidating than the inside. Well, actually it's just my excuse. We actually sit outside because some of my friends are smoker. So, we decided to vacant the outside instead. It was a nice gazebo with a wind-sway thin curtain and cushions patterned like some kind of middle east arts or something. There we were, wasting our time and getting to know each other. It was kind of friends of friends of friends meeting. In the gazebo next to us are some Lebanese girls. They were looking at us like they've never seen a human before. Probably because it is a rare scene to see people other than their own there. After an hour of talking-laughing and eating, we heard a voice of welcoming the outside to go in. Mainly because there was a show about to be performed by a well-known person (I don't really know who they are). 

We went in and surprised to see there were a lot of Lebaneses with all sort of age dancing on the dance floor. From old woman until the age of 4-6 or something. We join them dancing to the music. Gosh, they dance really-really suavely moving their hips. their body, their hands and all PERFECTLY matched with the beat of the musics.  We dance all night and burn some calories after feasting on shish kebab. Usually, when I dance, I will grab one of my friends so that I won't be grabbed by some strangers. But this club is different. They dance with everybody in a way of changing partners so they will be able to get to know each other. What an amazing way of ice-breaking. I remember when my dancing partner is my gazebo-neighbour teaching me to move my hips gently and softly. Maybe I was not a fan of a slow dance after all. She was so nice and tender that I couldn't say no to. 

After about 3-5 songs, we were so exhausted that we plan to catch some breath outside. Just before that, the lead singer exclusively announced that he was so overwhelmed by our participation and proudly welcoming us (probably because we are the 'foreigner' in the club). He even asked his people to dance with us for the last song he was about to sing. I was so surprised to see the heart-warming treats they gave. I can say, with their charming and pretty looks, nobody could resist such a temptations. They were dancing in groups moving their hips inviting us to join them and when the show was over, they hugged us and thanked us for joining them. 

After the show, we decided to continue to loiter in the gazebo. That was when the girls from the next gazebo join us for a chat. It was nice... Very-very NICE..

That's all for now. Chill.
BTW, they don't serve any alcoholic beverages.
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