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Low boulders now sit in place to help shelter Cocles, with its reggae bar and cafes serving rice and beans, where tourists cycle past fruit stalls selling lychees and soursop and signs warn of sloths crossing the beach road.
Its relatives include cherimoya, soursop (guanábana), and sweetsop.
Paths leading around the ponds are lined with papaya, banana, jackfruit, soursop, and chestnut trees—all free for the taking.
Visitors are invited to sample Tahitian lime, sugar cane, lychee, soursop and watermelon radish, among other delights, depending on what’s in season.
Flavors usually include creamy guanabana (soursop), cajeta (goat’s milk caramel), queso (fresh cheese) and tuna (prickly pear) sorbet.
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