Not far away from the bustle of Mexico City you will find a charismatic neighborhood called San Angel (pronounced San -Ankal) there’s something about the G in spanish I don’t yet understand. San Angel: Markets of Mexico City was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Jo

I love food. I love local eats and where better to find it that at the local open air markets. Mind you, I didn’t always like ‘local food’, in fact I was a real wimp when it came to eating anything out of my usual repertoire. Oh, how travel changes you. A short walk from, Read More

Otavalo is a must-see destination in Ecuador. Just under two hours’ drive north from Quito, the journey itself is a treat.  We travel through the beautiful Andean scenery, with plenty of great little places and stalls to stop at on the way. The market is an experience for all the senses: the aromas of, Read More

On a lazy ole Sunday in Paris we venture to the biggest flea and antique market you have ever seen. The most famous flea market in Paris is officially called Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, but is known to everyone as Les Puces (The Fleas).