Food/Drink

Uganda Journal: the market

One of the best ways to see how the locals live, I’ve found, is to visit the market. Alas, on such a trip, words fail me—mostly because I don’t always know what I’m looking at and a language barrier prevents a lot of question-asking. So I’ll let some pictures do the talking this time:

One of the thoroughfares around the market

One of the thoroughfares around the market in Kyotera

Plenty of fresh veggies

Plenty of fresh veggies

Drying peanuts in the sun

Drying peanuts in the sun

Dried mudfish, each about the size of a silver dollar

Dried mudfish, each about the size of a silver dollar

Raw fish is available, too! These are Nile perch.

Raw fish is available, too! These are Nile perch.

Bunches of bananas

Bunches of bananas

Beans

Beans

Venders get one or two tables, depending on how many wares they have to sell

Venders get one or two tables, depending on how many wares they have to sell

Shopping for the ingredients for breakfast

Shopping for the ingredients for breakfast

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