The Second Day – Carmel Market (Tel Aviv)

We went for lunch at the Carmel Market.

It sells everything.

Lollies…

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Lollies 01.jpg

… halva…

Halva 02

… Turkish delight…

Turkish Delight 04

… dried fruit…

Dried Fruit

… fresh fruit…

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… vegetables…

Vegetables 01

… tomatoes…

Tomatoes 01.jpg

… olives…

Olives 02

Olives 01.jpg

… spices…

Spices 01

… pastries…

Pastries

the triangular one in the middle claimed to be baklava, but it doesn’t look like any baklava I’ve ever seen in the Foodland bakery section

… clothes…

Hello Kizzy

… kippot…

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For 15 shekels (about $5), you can have juice squeezed.

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squeezing pomegranate juice – this is the sort of machine we have for squeezing orange juice at breakfast

I bought a cup of pomegranate for 10 shekels (about $3.50).

Pomegranate 01

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We were plied with halva samples a couple of times along the main stretch, as well.

I heard a lot of tourist accents (by which I mean, American – and I don’t just mean the American-esque accents a lot of the locals seem to have in English, but proper American-when-talking-to-each-other accents). But there still seemed to be a lot of locals there.

We stopped to rest and eat near the top entrance of the market.

Lunch

As we were leaving, we saw this slightly overloaded car outside a florist:

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6 thoughts on “The Second Day – Carmel Market (Tel Aviv)

  1. Joy says:

    I love the Turkish Delight stall!
    Going to markets is one of my favourite things to do when traveling. I love how all the displays are colourful and so neatly arranged.

    • Rachel says:

      I had no idea there were so many colours of Turkish delight! Although I knew it came sometimes with bits in. I’d like to get some of the nutty Turkish delight at some point.

  2. jedika98 says:

    Wow. The is a lot of lollies. The market seems to have a lot larger range than Central Market does here.

  3. Ruth Hay says:

    Wow, that is a lot of things to take in all at the same time.

  4. Jo Creek says:

    I suppose when there’s that much produce etc at the markets they have to fill their cars to the very brim!
    This time I’ll be showing Emily the lolly photos 🙂

  5. Helen Hayes says:

    What a fabulous market. Thanks for sharing.

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