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Gallery: Fuli Town Market, Guangxi, China

Welcome to my gallery of photographs from a day spent wandering among the stalls at the big Fuli market.  The market isn't for the tourists but is a farmer's market for the people of the area, near Yangshuo.  Held on these dates every month, 2, 5, 8, 12, 15, 18, 22, 25, 28, it follows a traditional pattern so people know which market is open on any given day of the month.
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Star fruit.


Corn & scale.


Leafy green.

Mystery produce.



Locally grown tobacco.

Important gadgets.


Unknown tuber.

Mystery legumes.

Fruit & scale.



Lotus root.




Fruit seller.



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  • Star fruit.
  • Locally grown tobacco.
  • Fruit seller.
  • Chestnuts.
  • Corn & scale.
  • Leafy green.
  • Mystery produce.
  • Herbs.
  • Beans.
  • Eggplant.
  • Mystery legumes.
  • Important gadgets.
  • Unknown tuber.
  • Ginger.
  • Radish.
  • Peppers.
  • Fruit & scale.
  • Lotus root.

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Gorgeous pictures, thanks!


I think I'm doing well to be able to identify about 2/3 of what I see (thanks to Chinatown markets here), but it all looks wonderful (except the hotter peppers).



The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations

First visit to Bondi Beach in Sydney they had a stall at the side of the road.

"Freshly Made Smoothies" 

The fruit was uncut and drinks were made to order.

The display looked so amazing -but what were they all !

Even when someone tells you its Starfruit - you've no idea what it tastes like.

So I had the best smoothie - ever.

Fresh sliced Pineapple and Root Ginger. With extra Ginger.

Nothing else added.

Heaven in a glass !

Been to so many countries since that insist you have to have Yoghurt or Sterilised  Milk added to a Smoothie.

Ruins it !!

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