Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Tea, The Wooden Heart of The Canary Islands

Marvel at the beauty of the wooden balconies of Casas de los Balcones in La Orotava with their intricate carving and rich mahogany patina and you'll begin to understand why the heart of the Canary Pine, known as tea (tay-a) is so prized.


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