Sunday, September 07, 2008


I love food markets, wherever I go.
I love looking at all the fresh food and watching people interact with the vendors.

Here are a couple of my favourite food markets.

The Agora in Hania, Crete and the English market in Cork, Ireland.


Anonymous Nick said...

I agree with you, I love looking round food markets too. I think the best one I've ever seen was the central market in Florence. It was huge and they had absolutely everything you could possibly want, including about a zillion types of cheese!

6:29 PM  

wow mate, i think i know this place!!!!!!!!!

autumn in crete, but the way, is like summer in england, with much less rain, and plently of sunshine...

10:02 PM  

you don't know what you're missing out on by not visiting paleohora - you can catch up with it in cork, i suppose!

7:48 PM  

people do tend to fall in love with sfakia - i dont go down there too often, but you have inspired me to talk hubby into a day-trip, so i may eventually write about it...

12:07 PM  
Blogger Nelly said...

Food markets make for great pictures.

4:34 PM  
Blogger Cheryl said...

I just noticed your comment about our little toad. Thanks for visiting the blog.
I've read a few of your posts and had a laugh. That Cafe Paradiso sounds amazing. There's a French restaurant near our home in Milwaukee that makes us feel the same way.
Also, I love food markets too. I'm off to our liaki this morning. I love taking pics of all of the produce and sometimes, seafood.
You've got a great blog!

6:23 AM  

sitting down at an eaterie in greece, especially a drinkerie (one that doesn't serve much food), is like renting a table and two chairs for two-three hours: this is probably why a meagre beer costs so much

7:34 AM  

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