Canada is known to have the second largest China town in the north of America... So we made sure to stop by and say '你好' [nǐ hǎo] * smile*
We visited their farmers market, and marveled at strange fruits never seen or tasted before ( If you know what the yellow thing in my husbands hand, please do tell).
The market was set up like most markets-- with fruits and vegetables lined up and piled in neat pyramids, and stalls. But the thing that caught our attention, was all the graffiti that covered the walls in the background.
Most people walked past 'her' not noticing her anger and discontent-- she hid between two giant buildings peeking angrily from over an AC unit. ( I don't blame her, not a very nice setting I must say!) Beautifully drawn. I'm glad I looked.
Ah-- tyrant printed bags of infamous dictators... a must have!
We stopped by an "all what you might need underground store of sorts" and admired little plastic cheap trinkets and the like . I have to say, we couldn't resist all that silliness- so the sunhat made the trip back home with us!
Tomorrow will be the Canada season finale. Guess what we visited last?