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"The cultural exchange in Indiera, Part I" Maricao Travelogue by joiwatani

Maricao Travel Guide: 11 reviews and 47 photos

The musical instruments

The Puerto Ricans are well-known for their music and their musical instruments. They are happy vibrant people...They love the music and love to dance.

The bananas and the planteen

The Puerto Ricans eat bananas and planteens a lot. It is part of their diet. There are so many different classes of bananas in Puerto Rico. They boil them, smashed them and bake them! They dry them as candies and they mix them with their food!

The hats and the oranges

There are so many oranges in Puerto Rico. In fact, they are one of the major exporters of oranges in the United States! There were orange plantations in Indiera. Most of these "haciendas" are owned by wealthy Puerto Ricans...

The Puerto Rican costume and dances

These are the attires and costumes of the Puerto Ricans during festivals and cultural exchanges.

Cultural Exchange

The high school students exchanged culture with our students. They also exchanged gifts!

What we brought to Puerto Rico

Our group brought t-shirts, pins, caps, etc. We didn't bring a lot but we donated money to buy materials for the building of the hydroponic, sewing machines, etc. We also brought our skills in mapping the area...

The Puerto Rican Dance

These are the children who dance during the Cultural Exchange.

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