Monday, September 28, 2009

Durian Season is here!

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It's business as usual here in Butuan, but people in Luzon area have been battling it out with Typhoon Ondoy. My condolences for the people who lost their love ones and their properties. If you want to help please click this link for info.

10 comments:

Benikos place said...

Looks so exotic and colorfull!!1 nice to meet you :))

Leif Hagen said...

Unusual, strange fruits! Fun to see! Thanks for your comments on my blog! All the best

Vogon Poet said...

I know those things: they have a very strange 'smell'! I friend of mine swear that they are delicious but I'm not so sure if I'd like them...

Mike said...

I heard they have an odd smell to them. I would try it though. It looks good.

Eki Qushay Akhwan said...

our durian season is not until december. hmmmmm ... i can almost sense the smell from here. i like durian, but can't eat it much now.

thank God your area is safe from the typhoon. my thoughts and prayers to the victims.

AB said...

They look like the biggest lychees I have ever seen!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

i have never tried this fruit. it looks hard to cut open. very interesting. i am glad you enjoyed the bridge photos on my site!

uncleawang said...

Durian is king of fruits in Malaysia.
If season its cheap & off season very expensive .I love manggo.

witsandnuts said...

I took photos of fruit stands when I vacationed. Pero wala pa lang nakasamang durian dun, heehee.

Layrayski said...

Hehehe sayang! pero nakakain ka ba ng durian?

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