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1000 Americans: Farmer in Sarteneja, Belize

October 30, 2009 by ,  
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Farmer in Sarteneja, Belize

He had sold his land to two European ‘Gringos’, for them to build a little ecologically-friendly backpacker’s place.

Under one condition though, he could still come and collected the ‘nances’, the small little yellow fruits that fell from the tree during the night-time, so he could make and sell his wine.

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