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“The bird arrives from its migration to southern latitudes when the pithaya is in bloom, and the Indians think that it comes to see whether there will be much fruit; then it flies off again to the coast, to return in June, when the fruit is ripe.”
“It is a sight to see men, women, and children start out gaily at daybreak, armed with slender sticks, climbing rugged heights with grace and agility, to get the pithaya, which tastes better when plucked at dawn, fresh and cool, than when gathered during the heat of the day.”
“With the Indians, the pithaya enters, of course, into religion, and the beautiful macaw (guacamaya), which revels in the fruit, is associated with it in their beliefs.”
“The country looked scorched, except for the evergreen cacti, the most prominent of which was the towering pithaya.”
“Mexicans also appreciate the pithaya, and servants frequently abscond at that time, in order to get the fruit.”
“A fine, grand-looking old church, in Moorish style, a large churchyard surrounding it, and the usual big buildings connected with the churches of Spanish times, make all extraordinary impression among the pithaya-covered hills.”
“El señor José Armengol López Pavón, tiene la edad de 37 años de edad, es casado, con sus 3 hijos adolecentes habitan en el populoso barrio Medardo Andino, su esposa se dedica a la agricultura, sus hijos apoyan a sus padres en los trabajos del hogar y la finca, tienen 11 años e dedicarse a la siembra de los cultivos de pithaya.”
“Loan Use: to buy supplies and materials for growing pithaya (cactus fruit)”
“For 11 years they have been dedicated to the cultivation of pithaya (fruit of a variety of cactus, also known as dragon fruit).”
“I've never seen a pithaya with a white center like that, though - it's usually pink.”
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