"Fruta de la Pasión o Maracuyá" and is also called Passionfruit, Pasionaria or Grandilla (Passiflora Edilus.) The fruit is either yellow or purple at maturity. It is a climbing plant originally from Central America but produced in many countries. Photos below courtesy Wikimedia.
here to read it) we had left on the last day of 1969 thinking we would be back. We never went back until this last June, and 43 1/2 years had passed. The main reason I did not go back is because I had to go to Paris at first once a year then twice to three times a year to visit my mother as she became ill. San Francisco was not on the way - it is in the opposite direction. My mother passed away in 2002. Last February I saw flight sales to San Francisco from Atlanta. Tickets were bought - a hotel was found, and we went. By air the distance from Atlanta to San Francisco is 2,138 miles or 3,440 kms (driving distance is 2,472 miles and 3,977 kms.)