You can’t walk far through the streets of Manila without seeing what looks like the hide of a dried-out hedgehog on the side of the road. These are the remnants of a fruit known as the marang, which grows throughout the Philippines and parts of Borneo.
Unlike its more popular counterparts in the Artocarpus genus—namely breadfruit and jackfruit—marang has an odor that will funk up a room the same way that durian does.
Google is extending its Street View imagery service into the Philippines today. The Internet giant announced that it will begin capturing images of capital city Manila, but will expand coverage... Keep reading ?
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The Philippines' iconic passenger jeepney, once regarded as Manila's "King of the Road," is chugging toward change and uncertainty. A remnant of World War II, the gaudily decorated jeepneys evolved … Click to Continue »