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Summer Season Fruits

WOKE UP AS EARLY AS 5AM... got ready to set out for another day trip to another state, Monterey.. Never been there before and the journey took around three hours, stopping at two rest places and a fruit barn to purchase some fruits.  There were advertisements along the freeway and the signs attracted us to make a U-turn even though we overshot the place.  Must U-Turn!

Signs that wrote Avacado 6 for $1.. Fresh oranges 10lbs for $2.99... Kiwi 7 for $1.... strawberries, cherries, all their prices now are immensely low!  How not to be tempted to buy especially we have ran out of fruits at home.  Ever since I came here in March, I have been drinking a glass of blended fresh juice every morning and I certainly need fruits and more fruits for my "backside problem."  LOL...
Getting ready to "fly" for the day trip....
Fruits Galore...
Giant sweet strawberries...
Bought some variety of fruits before we continued on our journey.....



Comments

  1. Lots and lots of beautiful fruit! You must buy a lot to take advantage! You look so cute in this outfit!

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  2. Look at those strawberries! I want! You are so lucky!

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  3. Oh gosh look at those beautiful strawberries, so big, red and tempting!

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  4. Oh my!!! All those fruits! They would cost a bomb here. You will have to eat as much as you can there, enjoy before coming back. Ummmm....are you going to come back? Been a long time there.

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  5. So much fruits. Indeed a galore.

    Avocado 6 for $1!! Omg!!

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  6. Wow! Those fruits are so big, fresh and look so sweet and juicy! Eat as much as you can, back home very expensive and not so big and fresh!

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  7. Yeah, a long time.. going to be three months. hahaha.. Eat first.. come back to Malaysia, eat local fruits..

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  8. So many types of berries! So berry delicious and berry good for your eyes & health.

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