Little one was dressed as a “jíbaro.” So you may be asking yourself what is a “jíbaro”. A jíbaro is a man from the countryside who lived and worked in the field; and who supported his family by harvesting sugar cane, coffee beans, and banana trees, among other root vegetables, and fruits. The attire is a straw hat made out of dried palm leaves to protect from the sun, white clothing to keep them cool from the hot weather, with a scarf, and belt made out of the same fabric.
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