During our stay we ate in the house of Auntie Flora, as everyone affectionately calls her. She is a 72 year-old woman who can dance the Currulao to perfection, a folkloric and ancestral music from the pacific region. She remembers a time when everything they ate was from the Naya area. Her mother and herself would make honey while her father fished for shrimp and the mojarra fish. Everything was natural back then. Now panela (unrefined sugar cane) has replaced honey.
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