Both fruit are not natives of the Philippines and got here around the time of the Galleon Trade between Manila and Acapulco during the Spanish colonialization of the Philippines. The ones on the left are Guyabano (Soursop) and the ones in the box are called Chico.. Incidentally, I just discovered that eating too much of the one on the left has been found to have some association with Parkinsons? Follow the like to Wiki. Uh oh!
Welcome to Mercados de vegetales y frutas, site obliged to visit different types of markets from the comfort of our chair. Here you will find different ways around the world as people sell products that gives land: street vendors, trucks, pack animals, boats or small boats on motorcycles, bicycles, in baskets on their heads, on the floor, on tables , At fairs, and of course the places with air conditioning specialist from major markets, rural markets and farms. We hope to enjoy your visit