Today I went on a road trip to Urubamba, a small town in the Sacred Valley. It doesn’t have a lot of tourist attractions – it’s a place people pass through on their way to somewhere else, Machu Picchu in one direction, Pisac in the other – but it does have a large local market. So, today I thought we’d take a photographic tour through a typical market where Peruvians do most of their shopping.
|This deep purple corn is used to make the drink chichamorada|
|The pumpkins here are huge -- and delicious|
|A happy fruit seller|
|One of the many potato sellers|
|Piles of perfect peppers|