|Market entrance. There are several entrances, but this is the closest to my house|
|My fruit lady. She has a wonderful smile, but didn't want to for the photo. |
I see her pretty much every week, and if I don't, she asks where I've been.
|Collection of bags and household items|
|The organization of the market is amazing. |
On the right they are selling jewelry and opposite cleaning supplies.
In the far left a banana stand on the far right bras and underwear.
|The display of fruits and vegetables is a work of art at every stand|
|Also interesting to see all the fruits and vegetables with chips up tome|
|Cute kid sitting atop the fruit|
|One of the many fruit/vegetable areas of the market|
|The meat area - yes, it just hangs out all day|
|When I asked to take a picture of the stand, the guys said it was ok but then ducked out of view.|
|There is also a lot of prepared food to buy|
|Hard at work flipping blue corn tortillas|
|The outside portion of the market|
|You can literally buy anything here! And you can see it's time to prepare for Christmas.|
|Many, many eggs! A carton of eggs (30 eggs) costs about $4.50|
|So much amazing fresh produce for cheap! A pineapple is $1.30|
|Behind the market is where the chicken buses park. |
Chicken buses are the public transportation around Guatemala.
|The Paca - where old clothes come to get a new life for super low prices|
|If you're into hunting for clothing, you can find some awesome deals here!|
|Another inside portion of the market|
|It just keeps going and going...|