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Where is fruit paradise?


Where is fruit paradise?

Let's share our experiences in the search for the perfect lfrv (community) place, as well as places we thought could be it but did not work out as expected.

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Kenya Food Forest & Sanctuary

Started by Zachary Jan 3. 0 Replies

http://www.gofundme.com/j5q3z8Aloha everyone, I'm Zach, and I first went to Kenya in 2011 and stayed some months with Pom Vincent who has posted on this…Continue

I live in Australia, my website for starting Fruit Paradise in the tropics. www.discoverfruit.com

Started by Ahimsa Fruitarian. Last reply by uwotm8 Sep 18, 2014. 2 Replies

Anyone in Australia have that Goal?Continue

Pohnpei Micronesia is an Edenic Raw Food Paradise

Started by Christina Rose. Last reply by uwotm8 Sep 18, 2014. 17 Replies

Hi everyone!  I moved to Pohnpei, Micronesia in late November.  I think I found raw food paradise!  I currently live in a bungalow on a surf resort.  I have two Noni trees and several coconut palms…Continue

at Quintessence Costa Rica ....

Started by carine martine. Last reply by anna Feb 18, 2014. 2 Replies

we welcome"fruities" who want to relax or help, low budget ( 5 to 10 $ a day , including farm grown goodies/ shared ) or "help exchange" (no daily contributions,"shared farm grown goodies" 20 hours a…Continue

Tags: helpingattropicalfarmincostarica, relaxing, lowbudget, volunteers/guests, quintessencecostarica

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Comment by Wild Light on November 18, 2012 at 1:12am

Hey Jen! I bought a really juicy pineapple, paw paws, some mangoes and custard apples. There were lots of bananas as well, water melons, star fruit, paw paws. Apparently there are over 100 different varieties of fruit on the island, including 20 different kinds of mangoes which is far out. I don't really know why this isn't a fruity favourite. I'm paying 120eur a month for a really nice room, in a really rad house sharing with affluent islam people. I have lots of privacy and it's close to everything. I dig the architecture and it's very peaceful because the roads are still small from way back when. I also rented a scooter to go exploring the rest of the island and do fruit shopping, though a bicycle would be just as good. I'll watch out for the Durian!

Comment by Jen}* on November 18, 2012 at 12:11am

Hi Wild Light 6, I have dreams about going to Zanzibar... What sort of fruits do they have there? I heard that they even have durian and that also the season is around dec or jan... could you tell us if you hear something about durian?

Comment by Wild Light on November 17, 2012 at 5:09pm

I just arrived in Zanzibar, it has a really good fruit market in the stone town for quite well priced. This could be my fruit paradise for the next few months :)

Comment by Emily Withers on October 18, 2012 at 7:46pm

Hi all. Anyone in Thailand Dec 17 - Jan 17th? I'll be there and planning to head to the north - typical fruity spots of Chang Mai, Chantaburi etc. No plans but want to meet up with anyone who appreciates the raw food lifestyle, getting up early and active as me! Anyone and everyone from anywhere! Love to connect with vegans from around the world. Love, Emily from Perth Australia.

Comment by Moglie on June 23, 2012 at 1:37am

anyone in chiang mai?

Comment by carine martine on June 2, 2012 at 2:01am

Costa Rica (not perfect : ) you are right... but it works 4 me... 

Comment by Audrey Walker on May 8, 2012 at 4:05am

Hey guys,

The Big Island on HI was amazing for fruit of course.

I was also pretty impressed by the quality of the fruit in the San Diego, CA area recently.. even "regular" stuff like oranges and grapes and melons were just really yummy and sweet (the locally grown ones I mean)

South Florida is good if you like mameys and odd varieties of mangoes.. I never found a mango I was crazy about there which is weird because I LOVE mangoes. They also have good sapotes of various types.. I just don't care for them that much.

Seattle, WA  actually has some decent fruit. You can buy amazing orange flesh Temptation melons in the early summer and delicious cherries in the summer and the International District's Asian stores have a killer selection of tropical fruit most of the year.

Comment by ddddave on May 7, 2012 at 5:40pm

Jesse, I am currently staying in Java, planning on traveling in August... where in Sumatera is your permaculture project? I would love to check it out. thank you, bro!

Comment by Kiwi Lynn on May 7, 2012 at 7:17am

I wish I was in Thailand!! Right now I'm just looking to move there in a few months! How do you like living there?

Comment by rawsomeAthletic on May 7, 2012 at 2:26am

Hey, Ive been backpacking for 10 months now and am on the last part of my trip. I'm in Thailand, any one want to go fruit shopping with me? Would love to hook up with a fellow fruit muncher :)


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