18.6.15

#462 It's market day and it is time to meet your makers


Every Sunday is Market Day in our local town, Kianjavato. There is normally a procession of people heading to Market from the surrounding villages and along the way is the smell and sights of cinnamon and rice laid out to dry at the roadside. We head down early in the morning and the street is already bustling with people and lined with stalls towered with fruit and vegetables as well as clothes and a variety of odds, ends and hidden treasures. - See more at: http://www.madagascarpartnership.org/blog/entry/3837454/market-day-blog-by-rachael#sthash.Cldqf2Vf.dpuf
Every Sunday is market day in our town. There is normally a procession of people flocking to go to the market. You have to get their early otherwise it ends up being one cluster of a nuisance to find  a park. By the time I leave the house around 7am, the cars are all lined up and it ends up being a 2km walk to the stalls. That is why I have my trusty canine friend to walk with in the morning  as we head to the stalls. A good way to dodge the people as it is a huge dog ;)
As usual, the markets will be held in the lovely grounds near the beach. Items are a plenty with woodwork, jewellery, art, photography, soft furnishings, home baked breads and the fresh organic vegetables are to die for, not to mention lots of other bespoke handmade goodies!  I seriously get excited at market day each month, like I am excited about what is just around the corner for you all this month being The Shiny Shabby Event for the month of June.
here is a huge variety of neatly arranged fruit and veg on offer. We usually pick up a supply of vegetables to make salads for everybody back at camp and lucky for us the huge avocados are at their best just now. There are plenty of guavas and rambutans at the minute but each week also seems to bring a new, bizarre and mysterious fruit to try. In season just now is pocanelle also known as the ‘custard apple’ which gives some idea of its taste and texture and breadfruit, which is not very fruity at all but is always cooked and is more like a sweet potato. - See more at: http://www.madagascarpartnership.org/blog/entry/3837454/market-day-blog-by-rachael#sthash.Cldqf2Vf.dpuf

Before I showcase some of the awesome new collections coming you way, one featured SL designer that I would like to introduce to you is that of Indyra. Indrya's soft 'bohemia' style dress available for you at her store, is just a flowing design of pure delicious assortment of colours that there are just too many to mention.

Other exciting designers that have new items available for you now is that of 'Apt B' with the Raw Material Gacha event available now at Kustom 9 and the cute little Fennex Foxes for you also at Kustom 9. Can you find it in the pic? :)

Wearing the beautiful new makeup from Glam Affair called "Eles", the stunning and simply perfect new hair from Entwined called 'April' and the gorgeous new jewellery from Random Matter called the "Cambria Necklace", these are only just a sample of what is available soon for this month's June  Shiny Shabby Event coming your way on the 20th of this month.

So what are you waiting for, come take a walk to the destinations below: -

Destinations: - Indyra  @ Shiny Shabby - (June Round)

Dress: - {Indyra} Boheme (New) @ Indyra
Skin: - Glam Affair -Eles -America 01 (New) @ Shiny Shabby
Hair: - [Entwined] April - Dark Blondes (New) @ Shiny Shabby
Necklace: - .random.Matter. - Cambria Necklace - Silver(New) @ Shiny Shabby
Seat: - Apt B Raw Matter Gacha Seat - (New) @ Kustom 9
Plates: - Apt B Raw Matter Gacha Plates - (New) @ Kustom 9
Fox: - Half Deer, Fennix Fox - Curious (New) @ Kustom 9
Bag: - Zenith Rattan Bag with Scarf (Choco) (New) @ Shiny Shabby
Easel: - Soy, Easel
Doors: -Junk, Picture Doors
Desk: - Artists Desk - Apple Fall

Picture: - Taken at the beautiful 'Flux Sur Mer'
Pose: - Amitie - Fresh 07

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