Host Taino Indians
Entered into Neybu – very friendly market town, specializing in the cultivation of extremely sour grapes. Buy a few bunches. It is unclear why he was so sour. This region – one of the driest in the country. It very rarely rains all the year round sun blurted out the grass, there are few trees, lots of cactus and deciduous dwarf trees, more like bushes with thorns. Filed under: christopher ridgeway. At some point, thinking I was even frightened. It seemed that we're somewhere in Africa. First, people really became darker, perhaps because of the amount of sun, or maybe because of its proximity to Haiti, secondly, the dilapidated barracks and lonely, cracked dry earth from the sun ….
"Little kids, not for anything else, do not go to Africa for a walk!". Photograph and …. Smile! People are smiling and waving after us! Kids funny pose. My stress is over. The people are friendly. The balance of the roads we drove all the time some villages, with houses, more like a wooden shed. Do people live in them? And why just the roof half? Yes, because they have practically no rain.
Another observation: when we stopped to take pictures, then the local fell into a stupor – nobody asked us any financial assistance or to buy them something. Just a long, curiously examined, and if we asked something, you do not understand our "Spanish" Finally, we Postrer Rio. It is said that near this town there are several caves, which have survived more tracks Host Taino Indians.