Street Markets

One of the things that I loved about Italy (I loved just about EVERYTHING about Italy, really) was the different markets that were everywhere. Admittedly, my favorites were the ones filled with clothing. I couldn’t get enough of it! Here’s a glimpse of what I’m talking about:

This particular market went on and on for what seemed like forever! If you put me in that environment — you’d better watch out. It was SO hard for me not to buy tons of stuff. I even bought my dad an apron with a personalized message on it:

It reads : “Il re del cuccina” which means “King of the kitchen” — my dad LOVED it, by the way. I hope he uses it from time to time.  Here is a video of her making it:

 

 

Here are a few more pictures:

I bought a photo album from this guy. I got him to give me a discount by promising to put his picture in my photo album

About Desiré

During my 20-year climb to economic self-sufficiency, I've inched my way from being a teenaged single-mother and high school dropout to completing a postgraduate degree and working as a Social Justice Advocate.
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