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Great fun! Just mind out you don't step on a crab! The whole world is here from early morning sorting, selling and drying every kind of seafood you can imagine - along with hundeds of birds looking for a free breakfast!
Nice local market with all kinds of fish. Lots of friendly people who like to explain everything to you.
We got a tour from a local and he showed us the complete proces of drying the fish, and ofcourse, we give hem some money. It...More
Our driver suggested we visit this fish market, and I was rather ambivalent, however it turned out to be fascinating. A vast expanse of drying fish of every type was mesmerising. We were blessed to be shown round by the most interesting fisherman, who was...More
it is amazing how these people work - and very hard they work too, thank you to Bernard for showing us around. I never knew they caught, sorted and dried their fish in this way. Amazing to see all the different species of sea food...More
We were taken by our tuk tuk driver and a local took us around- rather adopted us looking for his tip.We didn’t ask for him but he was very informative on what was going on.The sting was In the tail when he was asking for...More
This whole area is fascinating. The fisherman work so hard and you see their toil here. On rhe beach directly in front of market you see an expansive area where fish are salted and dried. People are very pleasant. You will be approached by someobe...More
Certainly need to see it for the envy of the cheap prices compared with those here. Wish I had a kitchenette that I could have brought some (selected) product to cook fresh.
Yes it smells, but interesting to see and experience.