Neighborhood Fish Market

Thursday, February 9, 2012

{battered & fried fish. ohh. yes.}
Our favorite way to get to the market? The scoot.
{Camilyn Beth Swagg all the way in Japan!}

I've probably already said this about 100 times on here, but fishing is a major industry on this island. Just about every one of our neighbors is a fisherman.. and you can get fresh fish any day of the week. Hooray.
For us, if it's not husband-caught or eating out, we go up the road to our neighborhood port and buy the catch of the day.

So, we eat a lot of fish. 
Guess what I made for din tonight? (:

29 comments:

  1. One of my favorite things I did in Japan was go to the morning tokyo fish market, so much seafood everywhere! A little jealous you can go whenever you want ;)

    You look adorable on that scooter :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  2. You on that scooter.... ADORABLE! <3

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  3. Japan seems like an awesome place. I hope I get to visit it some day and of course try some of the fish.....

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  4. Oh gracious, I would be up a creek... I have never really enjoyed fish. Maybe the fresh kind where people know how to cook it really well would be better?? I guess all the pretty views would make up for my starvation.

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  5. I loved having fresh fish in Kuwait - I miss that now that I am back in the Midwest. Fun for you guys and so healthy!

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  6. I'm so jealous of the scooter! And the fresh fish! What an experience you are living :)

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  7. I love my Swagg too!

    xoxo
    http://eloquentenglish1.blogspot.com/

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  8. Your photographs are beautiful and I'm dying for your scooter!

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  9. Just stumbled across your blog and absolutely LOVE it! Can't wait to catch up on all your adventures! I'm adding you to my reader!

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  10. Your pics are so amazing!

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  11. i LOVE that scooter! sounds like so much fun to just buy fresh fish down the street..

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  12. I wish my husband liked eating fish. I love it! Especially fried with lots of dipping sauces. Yum!

    And I love that photo of you in the scooter. Too fun!

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  13. FIsh sounds SO good right now... I think I need to make a trip to the market myself now :)

    (and your outfit is darling!)

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  14. Yeah battered & fried fish! It's so delicious - I like to use creamy cilantro sauce and lime. :)

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  15. I love fish so much. I guess that's because my dad used to say when I was a kid that eating fish makes you smarter haha. Fishing is big in Rio too! I wish seafood was cheaper around here! :(

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  16. Anonymous9.2.12

    you are so freaking adorable. and i say that with nothing but love :) love, lanneybear
    ps. I think the projection TV should make a future post!

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  17. You are so lucky!!! I love seafood and wish I can get fresh seafood every day.

    p.s. Love your scooter!

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  18. Just came across your blog! You two are the cutest!! LOVE all your pics and adventures!

    <3 Denise

    http://allthingsnew-denise.blogspot.com/

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  19. LOVE your pictures girly! Which camera do you use again?? I'm obsessed :)

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  20. Yum! I just love seafood! Last night we went to a Japanese restaurant and had ramen soup - do you have that alot?

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  21. "The scoot", that's the cutest thing I've heard all week! :D

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  22. It looks so amazing in Japan! I love the scooter too! (BTW, I would LOVE to share a bottle of wine with ya hon! I think we would have an awesome girls night!! Maybe we can share a bottle virtually one night! hee hee)
    ♥ Kyna

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  23. I've never been a big fan of fish but that picture looks delicious!
    You're the third person I've seen with that swagg...I may just be ordering one now :)

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  24. how cute are you?! seriously. i just got lost in your blog for a good while. loving your adventures in japan and your photos are amazing!
    {ps visiting via eat yourself skinny}

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  25. What a great way to spend the day! Fresh seafood is the best... I'm originally from California and miss the fresh and abundant supply of fish. Now I live in the Netherlands and it's a much more meat and potatoes kind of culture...

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