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Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Rambutans are not the only fruit

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… but they might be the most photogenic. I got a little obsessed with the little hairy blighters while in Vinh Long, the rambutan capital of Vietnam (probably).

Oh, and they taste nice as well, very much like lychees.

[And apologies to email subscribers who received a draft version of this post without any pictures in it.]

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8 Responses to “Rambutans are not the only fruit”

  1. Carissa

    Before I read your sentence about lychees, I was going to ask if they are related. Do they taste the same? Oh, makes me homesick for Hawaii where lychees grew in people’s yards.

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  2. Andreu Cornico

    so lucky we have the here :9 never knew where they came from though till now, lol.

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  3. Robin from Around the Island

    I just stumbled across your blog looking for information on Mekong Delta trips – what a treat to discover that it’s actually a wonderful photography blog! Your work is stunning and I’ve added your blog to my reader. It will be great inspiration – and a real treat for the eyes – as I plan my own upcoming Vietnam trip (for April 2014).

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