We continue our visit to the fabulous La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, this week looking at some of it's tempting fruits and vegetables.
One of Europes finest Markets, Barcelona's La Boqueria is feast for the eyes and senses. Today's post offers an introductory overview of the market.
An everyday scene of shopping in Yangon, fully of color and activity.
On a Friday morning in Fontainebleau, PortMoresby confirms a 50-year-old memory, then visits the excellent Marché Saint-Louis.
Byward is one of Canada's oldest and best established markets. Situated in Canada's national capital, it showed a marvelous collection of fresh foods when we visited last week.
Not as touristed or busy as the La Boqueria market, Santa Caterina is a great place to watch Spanish people go about their shopping and eating.
Marseille's traditional waterfront fish market, selling right off the boat, has survived gentrification of the Vieux Port area.
"I hope you are hungry?" Fadly asked. I was, but suspected I would not be for very much longer. I was completely right. As a service to their guests, Back Home hostel offer different activities. What caught my attention was the food tour. I love to try the local food as I travel and having an expert showing me what to try and where, is my favorite. I instantly signed up! Walking along the busy streets, crossing the roads “the Malaysian way” (holding your hand out in front of the car like the...
We love food markets and today we visit one of Delhi's many markets, this one frequented by residents of Delhi and only rarely tourists.
Some images from the colorful Market, Funchal, Madeira. You'll find a large variety of goods for sale -- fish, fruit, vegetables, flowers etc.
The best-known of Palermo's four markets, the Vucciria winds through the narrow streets of the city's historic center.
Not just any market, Mercado de Abastos on a Saturday morning, numbers swelled by sellers and buyers from the countryside, is said to be the largest in Mexico. Intimidated, PortMoresby reports on a Tuesday.
A great number of things in Mexico are named for the country’s most beloved historical leader, Benito Juarez, born in a Zapotec village in the State of Oaxaca. It’s fitting, then, that the original market in the city is named...
Happy Halloween! Not one of the most important holidays in my life, but I did enjoy going to a farmer's field or market and picking out pumpkins with our boys when they were young, then carving them into Jack-o-lanterns. ...
I love to visit farmers' markets! I enjoy the colors, the friendly people and, of course, the chance to buy some top quality fresh foods. The entire experience lends itself to photography and exploration. While in...