When I travel, I seek out famers’ markets, street food, and local festivals. It’s a good way to immediately get an idea of the local culture’s everyday living habits and of course, find out what they eat! There are so many different kinds of fruits and vegetables, I’m just so curious and want to explore what other cultures have been eating! I went to go visit my dear Austrian girlfriend who was getting her Masters in Amsterdam. At a café (the kind that sells coffee :) ), I was fumbling through a local magazine, I saw an article on a market called the ‘Neighbourfood Market‘ that takes place every 3rd Sunday of the month. And then I look at the calendar and what do I know? It was gonna take place in 2 days! I just love it when I feel like connections like these are serendipitous. I felt incredibly lucky. That Sunday morning, my girlfriend, Theresa and I, bike our way trying to find the market. We got there around 9:30am and the vendors just finished setting up. And even more lucky after 2 days of light rain and grey clouds, the sun and blue skies came out to greet us! It couldn’t have been more perfect. As we approach the market, it was way more than I ever imagined. It was truly one of my dreamworlds come to life. Let the photos try to speak for itself. Nothing can do it justice unless you are there to experience it! IMG_3804 IMG_3805 IMG_3806 IMG_3814 IMG_3816 IMG_3819 IMG_3822 IMG_3825