Twice a week in Kruezburg the street turns into a Turkish market place. With limited German skills and absolutely no turkish, shopping can be a little intimidating but we find it's the best place for fresh fruits, veggies, and spangled belly dancing tops.
There is some really amazing food here and its all super cheap. Were talking feta, olives, fish, hummus, handmade sweets, flat breads, produce galore, hot food stalls, etc. One of these days I am going to splurge on nuts, dried fruit, and baklava but we are trying to live frugally at the moment.... though I am sure I can figure out a way justify these things as necessities.
The market is not all Turkish....
Anyway, I have not been updating as much as I thought I would.... the experiences are just happening too fast! Also at the moment my commute to work tires me out. Its an hour and half by bike (total) and by the time I get home, I just about fall over.
but it mostly is.
Okay brace yourselves NZers, you can get a kg of fresh olives for 3 euros. That alone has made this move worth it.
Its not just a food market, you can actually find all sorts of pretty things to look at. Two different ideas of pretty pictured here :)
When I get back into the mood for crafting, all the buttons, ribbons, and fabric I need will be waiting for me here. One of my current flatmate is a puppeteer/playwriter/musican who has a sewing machine, so I have the hook up. But I am not missing crafting yet. strange.
Well that is totally enough from me here, hope you are all well!