On the other hand, the Mercado is in the center of town, about 15 minutes from our house on foot. We go there to buy our chicken, fruits and vegetables. It is an open market under one roof and is a maze of small shops and little eateries. Time doesn’t exist when I am in there. Everything is a treat for the senses.
This shop sells Pinatas along with vegetables. Have you ever had a Pinata at your celebration?
This week I found shadows in tinware.
We sometimes go to Starbucks for a change of atmosphere and to use the Wi-Fi. Last week we decided to walk to Starbucks. It took us over two hours to get there and we were on a busy highway at one point, so we won’t be doing that again. But there were some bright points along the way to make it worth the adventure. We passed this Hojalateria (tin smith) that specialized in making every utensil and pot you could think of for cooking. There was a long lane of these shops and you could hear the soldering and pounding as they worked their magic. There are shadows below the bicycle.
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