Self-guided tour with an iPod shuffle to listen to as we went from tableu to tableu. It's a detailed depiction of the life of the early Taino indians and what happened to them after their island was discovered by Columbus. Some of the tableus are not for the faint of heart. Obviously a labor of love constructed by the owners who we met while we were there. It is open-air and there are benches and places to sit along the way along with a nice open-air cafe at the end where you can get a snack, a beer or a soda. Recommend!
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