Maricao is known as ‘El Pueblo de tas Indieras” (town of Indian settlements) and is set around a small plaza at the western edge of Puerto Rico's interior mountains. Not many tourists make the hour and a half drive from the beach along winding roads to this little place. But the annual coffee harvest festival draws many locals for three days of merriment including local food, crafts, music and of course COFFEE.
We got lost only two times. Our GPS put us in Algeria, but vacation time allows for map confusion.
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