There’s not much going on here for Carnaval, but in the Jardin, you can buy gorgeous hand made paper flowers, accordion legged ‘payasitos’ – little clowns – paper masks and confetti filled eggs – cascarones – which the children run around with – war style – cracking them on each other’s heads (and yours if you don’t watch out!)
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Thanks for your visit to San Juan de Vega, I wait for the next year.
The festival is in honor of St. John, by a farmer named Juan aquino de la Vega.
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Eduardo, thank you – we interviewed and talked to a lot of people in the town, none of whom could tell us this — Suzanne