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Ochenta is Spanish for eighty – I found this one to be super easy to learn, and fun to do. If you already know sombrero, I think you will too. 

Ochenta takes place over four iterations of 8-count, or, in musical terms – 8 bars.

* Start with a sombrero
* Towards the end of the sombrero, instead of putting hands behind heads, the lead lets the follows’ hands come down in front of the follow, between them
* Continuing to holding both of the follows’ hands throughout, the lead then does something like an enchufla on the first half of the second 8-count
* On the second half of the second 8-count, still holding the follows’ hands overhead, the lead does an outside turn
* At this point – the third 8-count, the leads does another sort of enchufla, once again lifting both of the follows’ hands over the follows’ head
* The move begins to wrap up by finishing up the original sombrero, with the lead placing the follows arm behind the leads’ head for the last half of the third 8-count
* For the fourth 8-count, the follow crosses back over towards guapea

I’m once again not sure that this description really does the move justice, but the videos do!
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