This blog runs on WordPress 2.7 (and some cherries and kumquats)

A lot of people complained about slow WordPress 2.7 because their shared hosting server is probably not able to run WordPress 2.7 efficiently. However, my blog hosted on VPS or virtual private server has no problems with the new (well, not anymore) WordPress 2.7. So, I upgraded this blog and it is running fine. Chinese […]

The Malaysian fruit stall

I have mentioned before that our local fruits are much more interesting than the imported fruits from the temperate countries. Plums, apricots, apples, cherries, grapes, pears and other fruits have almost the same textures and taste. However, our local fruits come in all kind of shapes, colours, textures and tastes. Pomelo is like the mother […]

The red hairy fruit is in season again – Rambutan

Rambutan is here! Just a couple of weeks ago, I opened a can of rambutan in syrup because I love the fruit and was waiting for it to be in season. I found some lovely rambutan from Tesco this morning. Though it is still a bit expensive at RM3.99 for a kilogramme, I bought some. […]

Colours of the fruit market in Lorong Kulit

It was the first time I stepped foot in the Lorong Kulit fruit market to buy fruits. The fruits there are fresh and very cheap. I am surprised that they are even cheaper than the hypermarkets. No wonder so many people go to Lorong Kulit. Nowadays, they have made a permanent morning market there. Mangoes […]

Red pitaya – dragon fruit

I wonder how many dragon fruit do I need to eat before I ‘produce’ what looks like a messed up intestine? LOL. Please ignore my gross description but seriously, I do not like dragon fruits. I bought them because they are cheap at RM1.59 per fruit and they make interesting object for photography.