By Saturday morning when we visited the Olhao fish, fruit and vegetable markets which are only a few minutes walk from the School, we had established a comfortable rhythm of work and play. We woke to clouds, but as soon as the sun burned through at around 11.30 a.m. everything warmed up.
There are two permanent markets in Olhao side by side, one for fish and the other for fruit, vegetables, meats and baked goods. On Saturdays the market expands dramatically. Set out on the marine walkway, it is vibrant, colourful and once again a feast for the eyes.
Given that the market is full of bustling crowds, we decided that we would split up and then re group at 1 p.m. at David’s Bar, which is just across the road from the market.
When we arrived, still under misty conditions….the water had a tranquil quality to it….
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