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What to Know About Cats in the Tropics

It’s common knowledge that cats can cope with tropical heat better than dogs, and for many pet owners in the tropics that can be...

How to Prepare Bicol Express, a Filipino Spicy Stew

When it comes to food, I love consuming spicy dishes. My spice tolerance is quite decent, maybe slightly above the norm for a Filipino,...

A Tropical Zen Retreat: Where Nature and Serenity Unite

The Florida coastal city of Miami is characterised by extensive waterways, with roads and homes set amidst this aquatic expanse. In the thick of...

How to Deal with Household Pests in the Tropics

Living in the tropics is not always the paradise that many envisage. You don’t always spend your time by the beach or enjoy a...

Some Pungent Condiments from Southeast Asia to Try

The cuisine of most tropical countries includes the extensive use of herbs and spices, and condiments that are more flavorful – some would say...

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The Pros and Cons of Living in Tropical Countries

For most of us born and raised in a tropical country, we really couldn’t think of living anywhere else. The thought of living in...

Golden Cane Palms – Love ‘Em or Hate ‘Em!

The Golden Cane palm (Dypsis lutescens) is a popular landscaping plant throughout the tropics. Its yellowy-gold petioles and infloresences and the more brownish-golden colour...

Pitfalls of Building a House in the Philippines

A Story of an Expat's Experience and Lessons Learned Building your own house can be rewarding for some and stressful for others, but it’s always...

Using Plants to Stabilize Slopes in the Tropics

In the small garden, the stabilization of steep slopes is usually achieved through the building of retaining walls. These can be built using a...

Can You Grow Mushrooms in the Tropics?

Growing your own edible and medicinal mushrooms is something that can boggle the minds of even experienced horticulturalists. In the tropics, it may seem...

What Are the Best Fabrics for Tropical Climates?

One of the advantages of living in the tropics is that we don’t have to spend so much on our wardrobes. That’s especially so...

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The Coconut Palm: Queen of the Tropics

The coconut palm is ubiquitous to most tropical countries. A popular vision of the tropics is lounging by the beach while drinking from a...

How To Prepare Dinuguan, the Filipino Blood Stew

Growing up in the Philippines, one of my favorite pork dishes to was dinuguan, or pork blood stew. It's a traditional Filipino dish that...

The Calamansi: Southeast Asia’s Dwarf Lime

When it comes to citrus fruits, the first ones that usually come to mind are lemons, limes, grapefruit, oranges, and mandarins. However, there's one...

8 Tips for Buying Island Homes in the Tropics

Many people living in the tropics like to live on islands as they provide year-round access to sandy beaches, warm oceans and on-the-water activities...

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By engaging a professional landscape architect, this Florida family transformed an ordinary garden into a natural habitat for local flora and fauna. Nestled within the...

Some Pungent Condiments from Southeast Asia to Try

The cuisine of most tropical countries includes the extensive use of herbs and spices, and condiments that are more flavorful – some would say...
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