I went to Robin's fruit farm in 2008.
All I wanna know is - what is that pumpkin cheesecake fruit that Robin had? It was out of this world amazing. Even he didn't really know the name for it, as he got it in Malaysia or something. If anyone knows what it's called in English - or its scientific name - that would be great! Please tell me!
OK to write a real review.... It was a memorable part of our trip for sure. I went as a budget traveler and recent college grad, and I knew that this was more like camping than glamping. I actually didn't stay in the treehouse (it was damaged by a hurricane at the time), so we stayed across the street at his neighbor's empty house that he rents out from time to time for him (This was also rather rustic: open-air, bugs flying in the non-screened windows, and next door to that the other neighbor had fighting cocks that crowed at each other all night starting at 3am on until dawn). So, I'm not sure if I would REPEAT the experience, but everything else in the adventure made up for it. Robin didn't take us on the hike, bc he was busy that day, but he gave us directions, and it was amazing - the hike was well worth the drive, and the sleepless night. It was like something out of a movie. BUT, listen to Robin. He told us not to climb the rock face if it had just rained because it will be slippery. I ignored him, and my friend almost fell to his death. We caught him. But, just listen to Robin's advice, so you don't fall off a cliff.) Also his fruit farm was awesome, to tour on a lark. But as others have said, it isn't like a.... professional orchard. More like, his private collection of obscure and amazing fruit trees. Think of it more as an outdoor greenhouse. Definitely a one of a kind place, and I will never forget it! He is also very nice.