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Las Palenqueras are the famous ladies dressed in vibrant colours carrying fruit baskets on their head. They are from the city of San Basilio De Palenque which is one hour away from Cartagena, Colombia. They symbolize the struggles of the black cimarrones - slaves who courageously escaped from their owners in search of a better future. by flower_bee

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Growing Grapes for Beginners

Many people choose to carry out hobbies and small businesses of growing fruits and vegetables, and a lot of satisfaction can be gained from eating or selling items that you grow yourself. Watching the growth of a plant into a nutritional fruit or...

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Bats from the suborder Megachiroptera eat fruit and nectar and are larger than normal bats. However their larger size has come at an energetic trade-off and they have lost echolocation .

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parisian cotton net bag www.murlifestyle.com

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What will keep your precious fruit clean and bruise free? This packaging! You can carry fruit two different, easy ways.

What will keep your precious fruit clean and bruise free? This packaging! You can carry fruit two different, easy ways.

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Carrying the Load. A women in India carrying water in a pot balanced on her head. Sometimes they even balance another pot on their hips simultaneously. In some rural areas water is fetched from a well or a river. In olden times even milk, butter, etc were carried in the same fashion. Even today in the cities men and women who sell vegetables and fruits door to door, use the same mode carrying their ware in shallow baskets.

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Certs... Remember the commercial? "It's two mints in one!" or something like that. I also remember the terrible after-taste they left!

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