There is delicious food on sticks, walk and munch...
|Enticing fruit, ready to devour...|
|We each tried a different fresh juice.|
|I'm sure they will be delicious, once they're cooked.|
But for now these poor lobsters were trying to get away.
|These oysters were the size of my hand.|
|I think these are called razor fish?|
|It's all about the presentation baby, and here,|
they do it with style...
|Another variety of sea snails I'm thinking?|
|Huge chunks of tuna ready to go...|
|I had no idea there could be so many varieties of "shrimp for the barbie"|
The seafood section of the market blew my mind away.
Probably, at a guess, 50-60 stalls, in a large circle, all selling seafood of all
|Bacalao, or dried cod.|
I love it when my mum cooks it.
|Fresh and colourful spices ready to enhance any dish.|
A palette of culinary art.
|Paper cones of spanish "munchies".|
Sausage, salami, cheese.
|Salami encrusted with chunky black pepper.|
|Dragon fruit, ready to eat.|
|What flavour icy pole would you pick?|
|Chillies aplenty to spice up your dishes.|
|The yukky innards counter.|
I know some people enjoy this stuff, but personally, no way!
|Up until discovering this tapas bar in the market, I had sort of been a little |
disappointed, considering what I had read about it.
Well, this casual but very busy bar, where we had to wait for seats, was what
I had hoped to discover and sample.
|It had been a long, hot day, and I probably could have done without the meal.|
But the food. It was calling out to me to be tried.
I'm so glad that we did.
|Nothing left but the memories...|