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Tales of exotic tropical fruits

surprises on your foreign getaways…!!

Travelling to other countries is more than just experiencing and indulging in its scenic beauty; it’s also divulging your senses to never experienced things in your homeland. 1,248 more words

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This is a beautiful looking fruit, vibrant yellowy-orange, with some spots of white. It’s soft and spongey.

And then you cut it open, and wonder what exactly do you eat? 150 more words


🇵🇪 Exotic fruits from Peru

I’ve already posted about some exotic fruits and vegetables that we’ve discovered during our trip – think about the sour copao 419 more words

First day in Brisbane

I got woken up at 5am by birds and some other animals that I haven’t heard before (loud as hell) and couldn’t fall asleep. I met my hosts few hours later. 280 more words

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One of the oldest ports in the Caribbean sea, Cartagena De Indias is certainly worth a visit. Since we only had one day to explore the city, we opted for a free (tips expected!) walking tour and free food tour by Beyond Columbia, whose services we were familiar with, after tour in Bogota. 576 more words



of foreign origin or character; not native; introduced from abroad, but not fully naturalized or acclimatized: exotic foods; exotic plants.

For me exotic fruits were mangoes, papayas, mangosteens, ananas or even kiwis when I was really little (then we grew some in our garden and they became less “exotic” in my eyes) but now after living in Asia 8 years I’m all exited about peaches, cherries, apricots because they’ve become the exotic fruits. 13 more words

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2016 Maison Louis Latour Andeche Chardonnay

Maison Louis Latour is one of the most innovative producers in Burgundy whilst maintaining its traditional image. With a view to expanding the business in 1979, the valley of the Ardèche river with its limestone-based soils was chosen as the ideal location to produce top-quality vin de pays Chardonnay. 69 more words

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