Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Pitayas

I started reading my handbook an hour ago and guess what? My brain goes blank and eyes turn watering. LOL! The wordings are too small and my poor eyes! Already wearing contact lenses and I have to emphasize more on my eyes to read those small words. Alright everyone. This is going to be a short post (yeah, again! If you notice, I am lazy to write long posts lately). When I have nothing to write, I will just share some photographs with you.

Dragon fruit farm on the way to Jong's Crocodile Farm

Have you seen a dragon fruit plant before?? It looks like cactus plant, grow on sand and like other cactus, it does not need much water to survive.

Dragon fruit plant


The most common dragon fruit is the red-skinned fruit with white flesh. However the red-skinned fruit with red flesh is very rich in vitamins especially Vitamin C. Now they even have dragon fruit mooncake. You try any before?

5 comments:

Dav DiDi said...

yeah ..saw the trees when i went there the other day ...

Nick Phillips said...

I've seen the fruit but not the tree and they sure do look weird ... hehehe ...

Constance Chan said...

interesting, i've not seen the plant before though i've eaten lots of the fruit.

Nessa said...

I've tried dragon fruit once (my sis forced me), tasted like Kiwi sikit-sikit. Not my favorite but can telan la if really hungry :)

cc said...

Wow, never seen the plant before. Thanks for sharing! I love dragon fruits, especially the ones with red fresh. Yummy! Can't find it here though.

Hello, first time visiting. :)