This carpentry shop was a few doors down from our hotel. All of their tools and materials had to be obtained on the black market, and nearly all the wood was recycled from old furniture and buildings. Because of this, each piece made had its own history and story. We were impressed with the carpenters' initiative in recycling everything, but it wasn’t something they were consciously aware of – it’s just how they do things in Cuba.
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