On Sunday morning, I tagged along with May to the market. It's a smallish market. Here are some pictures from there.
These fish have been steamed, and back home, they'll be deep fried, it's some kind of Thai dish. We had this for dinner one night.
Does this picture remind anyone else of synchronised swimming? :P
Lots of food to be bought by the main road at the entrance to the market. May told me what this was but I don't remember now.
Some kind of candy?
Ooooh, yummy grilled wings and satay-like pork, usually eaten with sticky rice.
When we were driving towards the market, I saw these being grilled, and thought it strange that a local market would be selling Bratwurst (German sausage). Only when I got nearer did I realise they were grilling bananas!
There were 2 pairs of monks sitting on chairs by the road. People would buy food and offer them to the monks while kneeling on the mats.
Inside the market are plenty of food stalls, this one caught my eye. It's like your economical rice stall in Singapore but the variety here is mouth-wateringly amazing.
How to resist? This was Breakfast No2, and it was mighty goooood!