Reunion Island. The Saint-Pierre’s Saturday Market.

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Reunion Island. – Everybody loves a good market, especially one that is bursting with fresh fruit and veg, local specialty cuisine, crafted goods, woven baskets, photography, jewellery and hand produced clothing.

I spent a Saturday morning at Saint-Pierre’s market. Money was spent, litchis and annanas eaten, chats were had with the growers. My kind of shopping experience.

It’s right on the coastline too, with a skate park next door.

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Fresh vegetables on sale, the flavours are intense and beautiful.

 

 

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Olives of every flavour and variety.

 

 

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Beautiful Vanilla.

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This little chicken went to market, this little chicken went home.

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Barbecue to go. Very popular and just one of many options.

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Water, just right there. Love that you can drink the water on the island.

Read more about my time on Reunion Island. #GoToReunion

Note: I don’t eat any meat so these pics of chics on the market were for observation purposes only. Good however to see trading back at basics, with free-range chickens are the only choice.

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