Bonus Postcards: ‘Tings’ For Sale (#FriFotos)

Raw nutmeg, anyone? - Gouyave, GrenadaSaturday market - San Ignacio, BelizeSpices on Spice Island - St. George's GrenadaFresh tacos at the Saturday market  - San Ignacio, BelizeAfternoon shopping - St. LuciaSpicy grilled corn at the Shilin night market  - Taipei, TaiwanOriginal jerk cooking - Boston Bay, Portland, Jamaica Fresh catch - Monkey River, BelizeHerbs for all ailments - Negril Beach, JamaicaMobile shop - Montego Bay, JamaicaSeafood shack - Montego Bay, JamaicaBeach wares - Negril, JamaicaFresh sugar cane juice - GrenadaJamaican menu - West End Negril, Jamaica

Oh the things you see for sale abroad! They are among the most fun to photograph and tell you so much about a place. Here are a few from Jamaica, Grenada, Belize and  Taiwan.

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Lebawit Lily Girma

Lebawit Lily Girma is an award-winning writer, photographer, guidebook author, and blogger specializing in the Caribbean region. Her work has been published in major travel publications, including CNN, AFAR, Delta Sky, Lonely Planet, Shermans Travel, and BBC, among others. A self-professed "culture-holic," Lily left her native Ethiopia at age one, fast developing a passion for the expat life. In 2008, she ditched her US corporate law career for the road and created Sunshine and Stilettos— a travel photography blog showcasing authentic ways to experience the Caribbean, through culture and nature. Lily has since partnered with multiple travel brands and Caribbean tourism boards, and also authors major print guidebooks on three Caribbean destinations, including Belize, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica. She is the 2016 recipient of the Marcia Vickery Wallace Award for Excellence in Travel Journalism from the Caribbean Tourism Organization and Jamaica Tourist Board.

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2 Comments

  1. Andrea 29 June, 2012 at 11:21 AM #

    pics are lovely as usual…

  2. Lebawit Lily Girma 30 June, 2012 at 9:38 AM #

    Thanks, Andrea!

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