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Our Weekend Memoirs: Roadside Fruit Stand
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Tupi is called the fruit basket of South Cotabato. It was only four months ago though that I really paid attention to the many fruits that I take for granted when I'm home. MG3, a pineapple label, is something new to me.

The is the fruit stand in Kablon, a barangay near Dole, the pineapple giant. I bought loads of avocados. They're quite pricey in Bangkok. Whereas in SC 5 USD go a long way.

We made several stops on our way home from the airport. This watermelon stand is in Gensan.

Luckily, people at home are fruit eaters. It's no fun to eat alone.

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Sunday Stealing: Another 50 Questions Meme, Part One (perhaps)

Today we ripped this meme of a blogger known as Nigel Vanstone at Away for a Bit. Nigel explains that he was tagged to do the meme, but does not credit the blogger. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. He promises to post the next 25 questions, soon. If he writes them by next Saturday, we will complete his meme. Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Cheers to all of us thieves!

1. When you looked at yourself in the mirror today, what was the first thing you thought? tell me who's the fairest of all

2. How much cash do you have on you? tang mot leaw (cash gone)

3. What’s a word that rhymes with DOOR? FLOOR "and if I have to crawl upon the floor or come crashing thru your door..." Reo's forgotten what he'd started fighting for

4. Favorite planet? If I spent a month in Uranus, a month in Neptune, the next month in Jupiter... only then would I know which was my fave

5. Who is the 4th person on your missed call list on your cell phone? Bob Hope

6. What is your favorite ring tone on your phone? Trill.aac

7. What shirt are you wear[ing]? I'm not wearing a shirt right now

8. Do you label yourself? no

9. Name the brand of the shoes you’re currently wearing? They're all in the office; can't remember the different brands

10. Bright or Dark Room? it depends

11. Did you do anything to celebrate John Lennon's 70th yesterday? Imagine, "you may say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one" So that's what I saw Yoko Ono, Sir Paul, etc on Larry King yesterday for...

12. What does your watch look like? it's got a tiny inscription that says "don't worry, be happy"

13. What were you doing at midnight last night? feeding on my Twilight fix

14. What did your last text message you received on your cell say? You have 4 missed calls

15. Where is your nearest 7-11? down the bend

16. What’s a word that you say a lot? methinks I am in heaven above

17. Who told you he/she loved you last? lol! how corny

18. Last furry thing you touched?

19. How many drugs have you done in the last three days? none

20. How many rolls of film do you need developed? I don't get this

21. Favorite age you have been so far? 19

22. Your worst enemy? boredom

23. What is your current desktop picture (extra points if you post it.)?

my part-time religion

24. What was the last thing you said to someone? sweet dreams

25. If you had to choose between a million bucks or to be able to fly what would it be? I nothing.


Chubskulit Rose said…
Wow daming fruits, love looking at those pineapple makes me drool sis hehehe.

Nostalgic Marveling
Hazel said…
Tamis yan, sis :)
Anonymous said…
Atta girl. You are going to love Uranus :) LOL Just me being nosey but if you weren't wearing a shirt what was it you were wearing? hmmm LOL I bet CJ was the one to get the "sweet dreams" :) 19 huh...I wish I could remember back that far LOL.

You know I don't like pineapple at all for some reason. YUCK!! But the avocados and that's the ticket. Great photos. I'd go crazy there at that fruit stand. :)

Happy Sunday :)
Jenn Valmonte said…
I am most interested in the pineapple. I love that fruit!

My OWM post:
Bulog Island in Coron, Palawan
Hazel said…
Thom, I was wearing a house dress. I know about the fruit stand. I bought more than I could eat lol!
Hazel said…
Jenn, pineapples are abundant in SC; you'll have your fill if you visited :)
Indrani said…
Those fruits are tempting. I have some shots of fruit markets of Thailand. :)
Hazel said…
Indrani, I'm sure they're great shots like your other photos :)
Hootin' Anni said…
Ohhhhhhhhhhh, the fur baby is a doll!!!

here's my sunday stealing link
Hazel said…
Anni, and he's spoiled rotten :D
Ebie said…
I know how sweet the pineapples taste in the South. Hmmm, I am drooling now.

My only problem is, it will take me forever to peel them and take those "eyes" out! That's why I don;t by them fresh here, I will settle the canned.
I am Harriet said…
Why didn't I think of the fairest of them all?

Have a great Sunday.

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Unknown said…
What a sweet puppy! Your #1 cracked me up! Philippines? I need to go my husband is from Olongapo

~Lisa just browsing the Sunday Memes!

Sunday Meme
Aimee said…
pineapple is one of my favorite fruits! nangangasim tuloy ako, hehehe.

thanks for dropping by my site. have a great week!
Fresh Fruits! Another things I miss from home. :(

Our Weekend Memoirs
Hazel said…
Ate Eb, lisud jud bitaw magpanit. Usahay di nalang ko mokaon kung ako pay mopanit, hahahah!
Hazel said…
Harriet, it's ok, sometimes Snow White forgets :D
Hazel said…
Lisa, really... that's nice. I associate Olongapo with the US Base there; I've never seen the place though.
Hazel said…
Aimee, it's one of mine too :)

Willa, here's hoping you get to have some of these there somehow, sometime.

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