Most of us from India, would have school days memories of this fruit. The variety we get in India, is too sour. The one, which we get in Seychelles, is a sweeter one. It is not as sweet as any other fruit, but still you can eat it, without using salt and chili powder, as we do in India.
The trees are also very common here in Seychelles and the flowers are beautiful. Here are some snaps… !