Ubud Market in Bali was by far the best tourist market that I went to in Indonesia. It was beaten on bargains only by Malioboro Street and the Jamu Herbs Market both in Yogyakarta. Ubud Market is not particularly big, but it’s central and it’s pleasant to walk around.
Indonesia’s most famous avenue is found in Yogyakarta. Jalan Malioboro, or Malioboro Street, is Indonesia’s answer to New York’s Times Square, Bangkok’s Khao San Road, London’s Covent Garden or Marrakech’s Djemma el-Fna: it’s where everything happens. On a Saturday and Sunday evening there are plenty of street musicians, drama groups and dancers putting on shows.
I’ve just been for a few days to one of my favourite Spanish cities: Bilbao. In fact, I’ve just got back; I’ve just this minute walked through the door. La Ribera Market in Bilbao is far from spectacular and is certainly not famous.
Have you ever visited a typical market in Tunisia? Well let me tell you about my experience at the Medina in Sousse. We went to the Medina in Sousse; a genuine walled medina that has been there for centuries. Take a Shared Taxi to the Medina in Sousse
San Miguel Market in Madrid is extremely popular with local people out for lunch, with visitors to the city and with foodies. (above photos by MercadoDeSanMiguel on Flickr) The fact that the market is located in the centre of Madrid adds to its popularity, due to its accessibility.
Okay, here it is; first ever Indonesia post: Jamu Herbs Market, Yogyakarta. And it will be the first of many, but please be patient because I have to organise, process and upload all the photos onto my Flickr account before I can start to write posts – very complicated this blogging life, you know!
One of the most exciting and unique markets I’ve ever visited was the floating market in the Mekong Delta during my backpacking trip to Vietnam. In fact, Vietnam was our previous Destination of the Month. You can see the full itinerary of the month-long backpacking trip here.
La Boqueria Market in Barcelona is, without a doubt, one of the best food markets in Spain. More than just a market, La Boqueria is a gastronomic adventure, where visitors and regular shoppers alike can enjoy the vibrant colours of the exotic fruits and the freshness of the meat from the butcher, and can marvel […]
One of my favourite markets in Mallorca is Santa Maria Market. For a start, Santa Maria itself is a really beautiful inland town in Mallorca from where the views of the countryside and the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains are gorgeous.
Leeds Kirkgate Market is the largest indoor market in the UK. In fact, it is said to be the largest indoor market in Europe. Much of the city’s history is reflected in this magnificent and elegant building.
The Tokyo Fish Market, the world’s biggest fish market, is one of the most bizarre market experiences I’ve ever had. Have you been? If so, you will know exactly what I’m taking about.
Everything in Marrakech happens between the souks and the famous square: Jemaa el-Fnaa, and just as the guidebook said we would, we kept returning to this vibrant area time after time…
Welcome to Destination of the Month: Markets. Also, welcome to January on InMyShoesTravel.com and happy new year to all. I’d like to wish you a wonderful 2014 filled with exciting travels. New Destination of the Month A new month at InMyShoesTravel.com means a new Destination of the Month.
Last Saturday I was lucky enough to join a brand new boat trip from Alcudia to Cala Ratjada Market. This new idea comes from Barcos Brisa, based in Alcudia, who offer many boat tours all around the dramatic north coast of Mallorca.
I’ve had such a brilliant day today at Inca Market; the largest market in Mallorca. Our Destination of the Month this month is Mallorca through the eyes of a tourist. And I’m showing you the excursions offered by the travel company I work for, No Frills Excursions. Most of my working days are spent in […]