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We were now within the tropics, but found the heat greatly moderated by the trade wind, and only unbearable in the cabin.
In the tropics the tobacco field may be scented from afar, as its odors are wafted on the breeze.
It is true that it grows in other parts of the tropics, but it is very different from that produced here.
While the tobacco of the tropics is the finest in flavor, the more temperate regions produce the finest and best colored leaf.
Of those described, the varieties grown in the tropics are the most celebrated and of the finest flavor.
If the tobacco of the tropics is fragrant while growing, it is doubly so after being harvested and carried to the sheds.
Doubtless the varieties grown in the tropics will be much finer than the varieties grown in a more temperate region.
The white dust blew about us, and the sun beat down upon our heads, and we were in the Tropics indeed.
At ten or eleven oclock of the morning, the heat of the tropics lifts its hat to the Doctor as the natives call the trade-wind.
The beauty of the tropics is marred somewhat for me; under all the fresh splendor of color death lurks in brilliant tints.
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