|Amy and I have finally discovered the Farmer's Market in Wellington|
|Our new friends, the Feijoas|
Our new favorites - the Feijoas - are quite the tastiest things I've ever had, well of a fruit and vegetable sort of things. A Brazilian relative of the myrtle family, the feijoa, or pineapple guava, is pretty popular around New Zealand. Having only just discovered it last week, we are converts.
|I could really get into this kind of shopping|
The colors around the acres of stalls were fantastic.
|The colors were voluptious|
Our trip to the market and the boat are about as close to a good deal as we've come across in New Zealand. We bought six filets of terakihi, Amy's favorite local fish, for $25 and about 20 pounds of vegetables for less than that.
|Having our fish cleaned|
|This massive Stingray (about four feet) was swimming around under Nino's boat|