Just got a carton of Indomie from the market today :


Hello everyone I thank God it another Friday and I’m opportuned to witness it , have been starving late at night these days And to cook food is always very difficult so o decide to buy a carton of Indomie which will be very easy to cook and spend less on other food items and ingredients cos it still affordable so I went to a market named Yoruba market in Ilorin Kwara State North central part of Nigeria to buy the Indomie at rate of #2600 in Nigeria Naira which is about $4 American dollar this doesn’t take longer time to prepare it and doesn’t require ingredients so much cos the ingredients comes with it and now I’m enjoying the rest of my weekend with the Indomie thank you .




Don't forget to drop your link on the #MarketFriday if you haven't already done it.

While this actually touches on the rules, it falls short of a post, with two pictures and less than 150 words.

I have personally found there is always so much to learn about people, where they live, and how things are done in different parts of the world. For me, reaching out across the globe and learning about different cultures through their markets, especially local markets and farmers' markets, has been such a rewarding experience. We have become a melting pot of culture, but, it is still the rituals, festivals, food, architecture, and even your language/languages that separate us... and what is normal for us? There 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. I have learned so much about all of you and it has been an amazing experience. We do differ in many ways, which makes us interesting and unique, but, there are many ways in which are so much alike.

Fridays are all about the #MarketFriday Challenge! Looking to take part in it? Here is how:

Rules of the Road to Join #MarketFriday!

  1. Go to the market, or anywhere that you pay money for a service.
    Take pictures! Be creative!
  2. Tell us a little bit about the market or the event. What brought you there? What did you buy? How much did it cost? Was it expensive or cheap? Did it go up or down? Please do not post 30 pictures with no words about them.Do not use pictures more than once in a post!
  3. Post the pictures. Of course, you should tell a little bit about the ones you post, it is too difficult to guess on some
    4. #MarketFriday must be your first tag.
    Use the MarketFriday Community Platform to post (#hive-196308) This is not required but appreciated.
    5. PLEASE Drop the link into the MarketFriday comment section so I can find it!!
  4. Following me and reblogging the post would be appreciated, but not a rule, more vision for more views on the #MarketFriday posts!
    7. You must put #MarketFriday by @dswigle somewhere on your post.
As always, please remember! #MarketFriday loves you!