Food and fruit markets are not quite the colorful and impressive for the senses as in the tropics. Except for the difference in surroundings and climate, it somehow gives another appeal to the experience when you know that the fruits have literally been picked from the rainforest or garden, just around the corner or up in the hills. It is a pleasure nonetheless to stroll around the market streets of London and inhale the scents of cilantro, satsumas, fresh fish, strawberries and parsley in a curious melange. The mangos looks tempting but I can't bother to try them. Having tasted and fallen in love with the Antiguan ones, I'll better stay away from anything this far from the equator to avoid getting disappointed. The sweet European cherries were delicious though, something you won't so easily find in the West Indies.