Ibajay’s Market Day on Tuesdays is a big affair. People from the municipality’s thirty five barangays flock to the Public Market to shop. From fresh produce to second hand clothes, the market is filled with various commodities sold by vendors from nearby towns. It’s really quite an experience to be in the middle of it all. I hope I’ve captured its vibrance and colors in these photos.
|Organic bell peppers and cucumbers sold by my mother’s suki
|I bought a rope hammock from this guy for 120 pesos!
|Fresh catch from Aslum
|I wanted to ask this lady if I could please have a little of her orange spaghetti.
|The Aklanon version of the (Belgian) Waffle. I regret not buying this.
|Fresh peanuts or homemade peanut butter? Take your pick!
Next: Goodbye for now, Aslum!