Every morning, you’ll have these guys pulling a fruit/vegetable cart down your street (known as ‘Los Fruteros’).

They’ll have an intercom announcing what they have (they even have guys riding by selling mirrors too). Anyhow, when they come by, you can go down and pick out your fruit.

In the pic below I have a papaya (and even though it looks small, it’s actually pretty big. I’d usually pay $4.99 per pound for a papaya in the US.

Fresh Fruits to your Doorstep in Cali Colombia

You’ll also see a pack of strawberries, 2 avocados and two oranges (I think), lol …

I paid $2 bucks for all of this.

These avocados are huge and there’s a bunch of strawberries in the package. Nowadays, you’d almost spend $1.50 for one big apple at Publix.

Because it’s so convenient to eat better and cheaper, I find myself doing that. Whenever I hear the ‘Los Frutero’ dude rolling up, I go grab some stuff to snack on.

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Cartess Ross

Hey ... I'm Cartess Ross and I moved abroad to Mexico 16-months ago in an effort get my life back! I needed to cut my expenses by more than 50% so I could save and start planning for retirement. I was able to achieve this without sacrificing my quality of life (in fact, it improved). You can do this too. Check out the free resources on the website and click the 'Academy' link at the top of the page to learn more about planning your escape abroad.

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