Charleston Farmers’ Market Given the amount of wandering around I ended up doing in Charleston, it was rather nice that for one of the days breakfast came to me. This was in the shape of the regular weekend farmers’ market which sets up in Marion Square. This was bang in front of my swanky hotel. …

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Pavilion

Pavilion I’d had a good late snooze after far too much good clean air in Pennsylvania, so after a little gander at Edgar Allan Poe’s tomb I headed to historic Lexington Market for something I knew not what.Having been trading since the 1782, the market now blends traditional butcher, fishmonger and other local produce counters …

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Mercado San Juan Mexico City! After a fun flight over Central America from Lima, I arrived in Mexico City late at night and much in need of sleep. With that accounted for and a susbtantial if unremarkable hotel breakfast buffet in my tummy, I set out for a first lunchtime wander around the city. It’s …

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Wellington Markets It was Friday, I’d had a pretty intense week of Wellington fun, and I had the prospect of an early flight looming the following morning. I therefore resolved to have a fairly low-impact day with lunch and dinner at two markets nearby to where I was staying. Firstly, I breakfast/lunched at the Capital …

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Tekka Market, Little India The next stop on my jaunt around Singapore’s hawker markets and food centres was Little India’s Tekka Market. Along similar lines to the Chinatown Complex but for Indian food, ingredients and styles, I felt like I might be timing it right by arriving for such a late lunch that it bordered …

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