Every country has something that makes their markets unique. Here are some samples…
Thailand. Toy tuk-tuks made from beer can in Bangkok’s weekend Chatuchak Market. (More of this huge and amazing market.) Vietnam. A floating market on the Mekong River. (More of our visit to this floating market.)India. The horse looked as if it fancied wearing some of these brightly coloured clothes in the market in Chittor.
France. These mini sausages in the market in Rouen were cheap and delicious addition to our daily picnics on the road.
Myanmar. Past and present collide at the market at ‘Shangri-la’ at the end of Inle Lake.
Telok Ayer Market, a hawker food court from the Victorian era, near Singapore’s central business district.
The gigantic Merced Market in Mexico City offers up masses of everything including these Mexican limes, called ‘limones’ in Spanish.Spain. Some olive combos in Madrid’s ‘Gastronomic Temple’ that I definitely want to try! (San Miguel Market in Madrid.)Night market in Luang Prabang, Laos. Belgium. The weekly farmer’s market in Mons. USA. The Saturday Portland’s Farmer’s Market in September. Japan. “My fish are from Vancouver too!” exclaimed the vendor in Tokyo’s formerly famous but now defunct fish market.Canada. Bottles of cider vinegar catches the light at the Granville Island market in Vancouver. The market is almost always packed with tourists but during COVID they have stopped the tour buses from dropping off masses of people and it is actually quite a pleasant experience to shop there now. More of the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Markets.