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Local Fruit Stand Near The Gasoline Station

This is located at the .They got a good spot because it is where people and cars pass by. I sometimes buy there when I have the time and money.They sell fruits like bananas, mangoes, papaya, oranges, grapes, apples, the local lanzones, mangosteen and rambutan. Not really that expensive but price is within the range.

I usually buy the bananas and lanzones. Wanted to stop but there were too many cars parked there so I just took a picture. There are a lot of these along the road. Some even have pineapples and other things besides fruits.

But you can also see the price of gasoline per litter in pesos. (the exchange is $1.00 to 42 pesos). So it's cheaper to buy fruits :)

Image Credit » picture is mine

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LynnWrites wrote on August 25, 2014, 12:29 AM

We have a fruit truck that sets up a stand at the end of main street every Saturday. He brings fresh fruit from B.C. It is always so good!

paperdaisyflower7 wrote on August 25, 2014, 1:19 AM

yes I love fruits too and always try to buy if I can

BarbRad wrote on August 25, 2014, 3:36 AM

I saw a fruit stand (closed) on the corner between our track and a more rural area as I was walking this evening. It surprised me, because I'd never seen one there before.