Market Friday: I sell the goods myself at the market.

Hello guys, welcome to market Friday hosted by @dswigle. Today's market friday is very different from the rest, actually mum is always the one selling this goods but since she isn't around I have to help.
I'm at the market already, in this market, it's only fish that is sold here and very early in the morning like 5am,the market is called "urua Iyak" and located at okobodi in itu local government area. So I'm selling my fish alone. The price range is 11k, 8k, 7k, to 4k fish and it's in 20pieces.

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Thanks to the lovely community minded @dswigle for sharing your post @diamondcare. It is always fascinating hearing (and seeing) how other cultures live. Please explain to me; do you dry or cook these fish yourself? How do you eat it? As a snack or as part of a meal?

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It's smoked fish, and you can use it for cooking also. It can also be eaten as snacks with soft drink. Anyhow you want to use I because it's smoked.

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Well done with your pictures! Can you tell me if the fish are all the same kind? If they are not what kind of fish do you like to smoke? I like smoked fish myself and use it in a variety of ways. And the last thing I'd like to know is when you sell it, is there a price 4 fish or is it separated out by what kind?

Is this a very big fish market? And is it close to your house? How do you get all of that there because it seems like a whole lot and you're such a small little person?

I love the concept of #MarketFriday and how our cultures differ and then again, how much they are alike. Rituals, Festivals, food, architecture, even your language/languages. Along with the fact of what is normal for where you live? These are unwritten rules that rule our social behaviors. I see this as allowing for increased tolerance between cultures and nations, and opportunities to come together on an even playing ground. A strong culture can be beneficial to a country as it promotes unity, especially during a crisis, peaceful debate, and open dialogue. I had hoped that posting here will familiarize you with the world around you just a little bit more. Viewing it from a more personal level as opposed to the newsworthy level gives me a better understanding of the people and a view that is often not seen on television. Sometimes, it seems like I learn more on some social media about a certain incident than what the news tells me.

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