Another thing I bought was called Longan (see photo below) It's a slightly different variety of guineps (from the West Indies), but here they are brown on the outside, instead of green, and the fruit inside is completely white, with a pod in the middle. The taste is much stronger and more pungent, almost heavy. I wasn't a big fan, but I think it takes some getting used to.
We also tried yellow kiwi. It's a different texture than the regular kiwi in the US, and much bigger. The girls (Bridget and LillyBea absolutely loved it), it was pretty much devoured within seconds!
LillyBea's mom (Jen) brought over some apples to try. They are known as the Malay apple/water apple, and it looked very familiar to the Otaheite apple that I grew up with in the islands, except it was a much smaller version, and lighter in color. I looked it up and basically it's in the same family as the Otaheite apple and was excited to try it again. It had a very familiar taste (tart, and juicy texture), and we all loved them.Well maybe not Jen, but the girls and I enjoyed them. LOL