There is so much to see here at Las Terrazas, that this duck needed more than one day to tell you about it After our wonderful lunch, we met an artist.
We visited a man that recycles paper and creates beautiful cards and pictures. Here he is in his store.
We bought cards and pictures. This workshop is where he recycles used paper and creates his art.
No big machines here. Just one very talented man.
Next to his workshop and store we liked these apartments.
They look so friendly and colorful.
I thought this old tractor was great.
I like old things.
Now we are visiting Café Maria.
This is Maria’s coffee shop. It is the town’s only coffee shop
and they say that Maria is the oldest member of the community. She lives above her coffee shop.
Near the coffee shop there is a clinic. The young doctor talked to us. She was very nice. There were also some people selling jewelry and other items. We saw the ration store.
People in Cuba receive some beans and other food and 5 pounds of rice for each person in their house every month. This duck had never seen a food ration store before. This lady is receiving rice that was weighed for her.
I liked the horse with a trailer.
Horse was patiently waiting. Look at this trashcan.
Never in my duck life have I seen a beautifully painted trashcan. This is so great.
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared Terrazas a Biosphere Reserve in 1985. This project combines sustainable development and tourism in the mountainous community in the San Juan Valley at the foot of Salon Hill. Las Terrazas consists of 5,000 hectares or about 12,355 acres. Swimming, hiking, zip line and other activities are available. This is a necessary trip when you go to Cuba.
Alejandro said we are going to Fusterlandia next. Hope you visit me again to see what Fusterlandia is.