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Coconut Vendor in Mexico Photo

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Travel photo of the day, July 12, 2011- A coconut vendor on Zipolite beach in Oaxaca, Mexico keeps lowering his price on a “coco-loco,” a coconut filled with mezcal, until I finally agree. I found the lowering of the price from around $5 down to nearly nothing humorous, and obliged the vendor . . . and enjoyed my drink on the beach.

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