Talisay tree

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    Native to the Philippines, the talisay tree has big leaves that are close to each other. The crown of the tree is like an umbrella that can be for protection from rain and the heat of the sun. There is this restaurant in a beach resort (Punta Fuego) which has the talisay tree for the roof of their al fresco. We dined while swimming and we noticed the tree because it was early afternoon and the al fresco area is completely shadee. Obviously, the talisay tree can be used as temporary shelter when available.
     
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