I spied these feline’s hiding out under the shrubs, watching the humans as they walk past.
To Market, To Market – Echoes of my neighbourhood.
On Thursdays, I share pictures about ‘Echos of my Neighbourhood.
I would like to invite you to participate. The challenge is quite simple and you can find out more about it through this link.
My title makes me hum the nursery rhyme: To market, to market to buy a fat pig – in this case a fat fish 🙂 This week has been slow due to the Eid holiday over here, so I took the opportunity to go bulk shopping for certain food stuff.
The drive to the Fish market is about 40 minutes drive from my house, but it’s worth the effort. I buy fresh stuff, clean them and keep in smaller Ziploc packs to use as the need arises.
Don’t buy from the very first stall you step into. Traipse around a bit from one stall to the other and haggle over the prices for the best bargain. You can also pay a little change to the jobbers to clean the shrimps et al for you if time is a constraint.
This saves a whole lot of time for me as a family woman – I don’t have to go dashing to the stores every five seconds to buy one thing or the other. Also, it helps my menu planning.
Lady Lee’s photos and her family Tortoise will put a smile on any face.
Have a great weekend ahead.
As a cat dines…
I sat nearby and watched the stray eat morsels off the ground and lap up water from a broken pipe. I wondered who owned it, or if it’s a lone ranger with no owner.
Dinnertime,The Daily post photo challenge.