Friday, September 16, 2011

Singaraja market

As luck would have it, despite the bungalow we stayed in being a good 5 km east of Lovina, the quiet outpost was on the same road as an excellent restaurant and cooking school. The classes are fixed price, regardless of the number of attendees. This meant Lucy and I had the delightful Putu all to ourselves, including a personalised tour of the nearby market in Singaraja. While the ingredients for our vegetarian feast were gathered, like excited children we'd point to exotic produce and ask the name, how to cook it and were treated with good humour by the local stall owners. The class was worth it for the market experience alone.

Click photos to enlarge and enjoy a brief tour of this delightful Balinese market.














Take a look at Lucy's excellent photos of our market excursion and adventures in the North.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous lindsay c said...

Wow what are those vegetables that look like green fish? Very cool photos

12:05 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

Are you talking about the wrinkly ones in the 4th photo down? Bitter melon. Ate it with a soft crumbly tofu in a salad in Ubud.

1:19 pm  
Anonymous lindsay c said...

Bizarre...

4:20 pm  

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