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Where to have an air-conditioned break in Cartagena

An insider guide to Cartagena certainly can’t exist without tips on how to survive the brutal heat! So the key is knowing about the nice quiet cafes where they don’t try to get rid of you and there’s no pressure to move just because there are too many people waiting. 187 more words

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A botanical bounty

THAILAND’s superb year-round climate and rich fertile soil enable local famers to cultivate an unbelievable rainbow of juice exotic fruits, crisp crunchy vegetables and fresh aromatic herbs that enliven the country’s dinner tables. 638 more words

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Look for the Bare Necessities

La Tuna – Prickly Pear

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The Prickly Pear is a Peruvian favorite, known here as the ‘Tuna’. The exotic fruit is plucked from a Cactus, and stocked in wheelbarrows along the sidewalks of Trujillo. 593 more words

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Six Exotic Fruits to Try

You don’t have to go on a tropical vacation to get a taste of exotic fruits. Look beyond the apples and bananas next time you’re at the grocery store, and give these exotic fruits a try. 626 more words

Horned melons?! 

Came across these weird looking gourds in the supermarket the other day. They were labeled as kiwanos. A kind of cucumber/melon hybrid. Also known as horned melons.

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Dragon Fruit, Guavas, and Pixie Tangerines

Who wouldn’t be fascinated with a food called Dragon Fruit?

I would love to try one of them, but the price is breathtakingly high, so I will content myself with watching YouTube offerings. 230 more words

Exotic fruits to try while you’re in Southeast Asia

It’s so weird to me that the fruits that I ate every day back in Vietnam are considered as exotic fruits in most countries around the world. 583 more words

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