Cuba - Day 5 (The End)

Coincidencia Farm’s ceramic creations are displayed around the property, some were for sale. The Correa family work on the farm and in the ceramic workshop. The founder, Héctor Correa, vows that it won’t change because of American tourist coming to Cuba (hope that’s true). Coincidencia Farm founder, Héctor Correa, with our tour guide, Ari. Mamey fruit, the taste is similar to a sweet potato. Mango Trees Most of the delicious food we had for lunch came from this farm. Cheese with mango sauce. We returned to the hotel for our farewell dinner and last night in Cuba. Did the hotel dinner surpass the fresh food on the farm? You be the judge. Our introduction to Cuba was at an end; it was busy, be

Cuba - Day 5

This was our final day of touring (I could have spent another week in Cuba). We visited the home of a very artistic and creative family, from there we toured and dined at the Coincidencia Farm. Our first stop was the home and studio/workshop of Mariela Alemán Orosco and Marlin Martinez Barrio. Mariela is a fashion designer, she creates her fabric outside of her rooftop studio. She demonstrated how she dyes her fabric (a video of this process will be posted). You can purchase her clothes, purses, and scarfs at her studio. Designed by Mariela Fabric dyed by Mariela Marlin Martinez Barrio is a master craftsman. One of his specialties is creating beautiful humidors for cigars. Marlin’s Workshop

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