Rustic minimarket. Ilaka-Eats
We went to the village for cement. It is sold in the shop, which is called here "grossing", but in our opinion it means a minimarket.
Before entering a small diner with a charming saleswoman (yeah, child labor!). In assortment rice donuts, coffee and spaghetti "misao".
2. Fashionable visitor. All second hand clothes.
3. Women sell T-shirts, pants and electronics. Ivan asked for a headlamp and walks with him now as a miner-speleologist.
4. And here is the minimarket.
5. Outside they sell linoleum, brooms and various grains.
6. A measure of volume - kapok (empty tin can).
7. Long-distance minibuses stop in Ilak, therefore there are many sellers of different snacks (shrimps in batter) on the street. The guy in the background pours vegetable oil. It is also measured out here by kapokami, just from under the tomato paste.
8. Tin: shovels and stuff. Mousetraps, door hinges, knives - all artisanal work.
9. We only buy cement, sugar and salt. Well, sometimes a can of mosquito poison.The rest we carry from the city.
10. Lying, today I bought 30 eggs.
11. The hostess is a respected woman in the village.
12. Showcase with chemistry.
13. Small bags is a shampoo.
14. Well, the hair to him. Every brunette dreams of becoming a blonde (and vice versa).
15. School bazaar - September 1, the day after tomorrow, if anyone has forgotten.
16. Our cement. There are only samples - the rest is in stock.
17. Coffee in the bag and rum in the boxes. The hostess buys coffee from the peasants paying for food.
18. Cat. In the Malagasy "Saka".
19. A happy and drunken village madman wished us a good journey.
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