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We started by driving out to the livestock market which is about 30 min walk. Pretty busy by 8.30 and finishes at 12. Very colourful with everyone in local dress haggling over cows, sheep and pigs. Locals quite amused at us mingling in the animal...More
You will not believe your eyes. Hundreds of Indigenous people, mainly farmers from the surrounding hills and mountains, bring their fantastic merchandise to this market.
Colourful like you gave never seen, because everybody wears their traditional clothing. Go there and enjoy the warmth of the...More
Market is only on a Thursday morning, this was a stop on the Tren Crucero & the station was in the middle of the market so some of the stalls had to move to let the train in.
Don't think this market has changed it...More