Tag Archives: markets

Eating Chapli Kababs in Northern Pakistan

Eating Chapli Kababs in Northern Pakistan

“So as long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all questions for the time being” by Franz Kafka. Well that’s true for me, I agree with Franz Kafka’s statement. A question was stuck in my mind a few days back, and I had no idea as how to find the bestContinue Reading

From paddock to plate – the Orange Region Farmers Market

From paddock to plate – the Orange Region Farmers Market

I’ve almost stopped going to supermarkets altogether since moving to the NSW countryside. With a plethora of farmers markets on weekends in nearby towns and villages, there’s really nothing better than going straight to source for your food. Here in Orange, the second Saturday of every month is the Orange Region Farmers Market. In theContinue Reading

The Kirribilli Fashion Markets

The Kirribilli Fashion Markets

Once a month a corner of the very scenic Sydney suburb of Kirribilli, perched just north of the Harbour Bridge, is overtaken by sartorially-minded buyers and sellers. I love the Kirribilli Fashion Markets. People with great clothes come here to sell stuff, lighten their loads and de-clutter. If you’re lucky, you might even stumble acrossContinue Reading

Options for a not-so-lazy local Sunday in Mexico City

Options for a not-so-lazy local Sunday in Mexico City

Sundays in Mexico City are some of my favorites, especially in spring. The streets are quieter, yet still brimming with life. And the options…oh the options are abounding -and often for little or no pesos. For starters: Walk Reforma Avenida Reforma is one of the main thoroughfares in the city—and it is gorgeous in itsContinue Reading

El Mercado de Medellín

El Mercado de Medellín

One of the my favourite moments in life is realizing on a Saturday or Sunday morning that I have enough time to go grocery shopping at El Mercado de Medellín. I love the moment when I step into the market and start wandering through the stalls, looking at all the fresh fruit and veggies. IContinue Reading

Kala Pola – a celebration of art

Kala Pola – a celebration of art

Sundays are usually when most people do their grocery shopping for the week in Sri Lanka, and often you’ll find them at roadside markets. The best deals, especially for vegetables and other perishable items, are generally available towards the end of day at these markets, when the merchants are packing up and don’t want toContinue Reading

Mexican Design Furia

Mexican Design Furia

In the last couple of years, local independent artists and designers have been sprouting up all over Mexico City. Their work covers everything from clothing, shoes and jewelry through to product design, food, and drinks including beer and mezcal. Their offerings are high quality and not too expensive, making them ideal for the young generationsContinue Reading

It’s Sunday, why don’t you go to the farmers’ market

It’s Sunday, why don’t you go to the farmers’ market

Sunday is without a doubt my favourite day of the week. Saturdays are usually full of errands and social engagements, but Sundays are my day. It’s the day where I get to indulge in a beautiful self-practice at the shala (I’m a yogi) and a little sleep-in after a week of super early morning starts.Continue Reading

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