The seemingly endless amount of busses, planes, motorbikes & negotiating that had gotten us to this point left us both in a state of anxiousness, and the tension could be cut with a knife.
As the driver sped away, the vastness of the market territory (combined with a lack of sleep and relative unpreparedness) left us in a state of bewilderment. This market housed a merchant for anything and everything that you could (and couldn’t) possibly think of, and the winding streets were heavily crowded with those looking to earn and spend a buck.
We quickly scurried to our guesthouse to re-callibrate. After a quick nap, and a revived charge for adventure, I slipped back out onto the streets and back into the vibrant heart of of it.
See you on the road,
Britt, Origin Travels
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