Here’s a fun vacila variation. It starts with a vacila around the 3 count, as the follow is turned away from the lead, the lead places their hands on the follows shoulders. They couple then walk forward on the 5-6-7 count – it may be tricky to wrap your head around taking the first step forward on the 5, and then the first step backwards on the 1, but it makes sense in terms of maintaining the integrity of the steps in the overall scheme of things. Around the 7/8 count, the lead preps the follow with a slight twist of the shoulders to the right, then releases that tension into a turn to the left. The follow then executes a turn or two, and the couple then should end up in a suitable position for dile que no.