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  1. Mandy says

    Goodness Lindsay, you’re precious. I have spent more time than I’d like to admit on your blog this evening. 🙂 What a deliciously beautiful life you lead. I do so hope to explore our fruitful world more once my bebe isn’t such a bebe. For now, I live vicariously through your beautifully presented durian porn.
    Would you please consider adding the costs of your travels? How much for rent? Cost and allowed length for each countries visa? All that good stuff.
    I love reading your posts and would love to know just how fesible it would be for my son and I to experience a full year of durian. *drool… Thank you! Aloha.

      • Mandy says

        Glad to hear it! As a fellow solo female traveler it would also be nice to read about where you felt the safest, about any risky situations you may have stumbled into and any other tips for the less experienced international explorer. I’m also curious if you’ve ever done any work trading/lived on durian farms.
        I love reading about your travels but crave the adventure for myself!
        All the best to you.
        Aloha!

  2. too much vitamin c says

    I think what you posted was actually very reasonable.
    However, what about this? what if you added a little information? I ain’t saying your information is not solid,
    but suppose you added something that grabbed a person’s attention? I mean 11 Best Durians of 2015 and Where I Found Them – is a little
    plain. You might peek at Yahoo’s home page and see how they write article titles
    to get people to click. You might try adding a video or a related picture or two to
    get readers interested about everything’ve got to say.
    In my opinion, it could bring your posts a little bit more interesting.

    • Lindsay Gasik says

      Hey Grant — there's only one Kun Poh as far as I know, I think you may be getting it confused with Ang Bak and Ang Har are two different durians, and there are a few iterations of Ang Bak (red yolk) durian. Kun Poh refers to one type cultivated Mr. Kun Poh (surprise, surprise). Litte Red is a seedling from the Kun Poh tree.

  3. Zamri says

    I like reading your posting. Looking forward to go to the places above. I can't imagine what if someday a lot of people in the world like this fruit. All the fruit here will be exported to the world. :'( Great article Lindsay… good job…

  4. fruitarianvagabond says

    you write well…i feel connection to you and your duian love….there are only a few friends that i feel comfortable exposing the depth of my durianlove, which occupies my mind and mouth daily…its fascinating…Thanks Lind

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