After a night and a day of travelling is was time for a reward. Street sausage.
Antigua is a town surrounded by volcanos and flooded with American tourists, but still very nice none the less. The main attraction for this town for a person such as myself is the large market that dominates one side of the town.
Where i can get bags of plums for Q5 (70c) a bag.
On this evening leaving the rest of the family snoozing in the afternoon Luke & I wandered around town looking for cheap beer in a locals bar. Which we found. They gave us peanuts, nice.
Afterwards we went wandering for some cheap food and we came upon a small sections of stalls set up all selling the same sort of thing. Generally meat and tortillas.
I went for the sausage which is not something i had tried from street stall up to this point. We were informed it was called longaniza, and was basically just pork sausage.
While luke was getting into his chicken and i was still waiting a small local kid came and told him not to eat the gucamole as it looked too old. Smart kid. I ate it anyway.
I enjoyed this a lot especially the large amounts of corriander i was served, by request. Also because to tortillas were nice and crisp dirctly off the flames as you can see.
The sausage tasted like I thought the one i ate on the street in Taipei should have tasted, nice and salty. And im definitey getting to like putting lime on everything.
Now i just gotta find me some corn in a cup and burnt chicken in this town.
Growing veggies, keeping the solar going and listening to music; one might think Roy never leaves his home with his green thumb yet he is an adventurous foodie who loves trying the weird and wonderful cuisines of any culture.
An electrical engineer by trade his nerdiness also crosses over into his love for folk music and playing warhammer.