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Many people think that the tigershark is the tiger of the sea, but in Thailand this fellow is the tiger.It is a tiger squid and I have heard they can be…

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In Marseille oysters, scallops (Saint Jacques) and other fresh water fish are not hard to come by. You won't find any plates much fresher than the array of…

Yes, yes, yes! seafood please and the fresher the better. Please delight yourself in chilean delicatessen like I did while shopping and taking some pictures.…

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