Life in a small village
On every trip I take, I make sure a small village that isn’t touristic yet is included. On Cuba it was Baracola, in Yucatan, Mexico it was Rio Largatos, etc. I can name a few more, but you get the picture.
The beauty of these villages is that they are still unspoilt and quiet. And the touristic prices haven’t hit yet. You can do things for a reasonable price. Also you come more easily in contact with locals about their daily life. Nature is also still unspoilt which means lot of animals very near and not afraid of you.
Also it means not much choice in hotels, hostels and restaurants. These are mostly filled with locals or empty. And restaurants still cook local food. It also means waiting for things, because it’s not touristic the time is local time tranquilo, tranquilo!
I love it and you should try it somewhere in the world!
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