The Tuesday Pazaar is an interesting sight; especially when it finally stops raining. The sellers are selling and the buyers are buying or walking around looking. It gets crowed very fast. Sixty percent of the people are talking. The other forty are walking around with their hands full of groceries, not really caring if they bounce their potatoes off your knees. Not that you can complain, it was your idea to go to the pazaar today.
Some of the venders are quiet, they let you come to them and they help you when you arrive. Some are loud, they shout about what a great deal they have or what they are selling. All the venders have their spot, for instance, all the times we have gone to the pazaar our favourite cheese seller is in the same spot. And it’s like that with everybody. It’s handy because you know where you have to go to get the things you need.