The Island was very clean and has feeling like walking Alps. Our tour offered us to eat at a local family's home/restaurant and that was very nice idea. To do so, locals can get more income and tourists can feel like invited a villager's home.
The only disappointment was the textile selling in village was very insignificant. I read in a guidebook explained the island's textile is exquisite. But look like those are sold to shops in other towns and not available in Taquille Island.
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