To the Market

This Little Piggy went to the Market...


To me, there is nothing more fun than exploring markets when traveling to foreign countries. When the vendors saw my blonde hair walk by, they would shout "Hello! Hello Miss!" and any other word they knew in English - I think I surprised them when I responded in Spanish, haha! Chile has been such a treat so far, especially getting to know all the family down here. They have had open arms to us and we have felt so much love! We are all staying in Brad's grandparents itty bitty apartment (Gladys, Natalie, Brad and I) and its funny to see us all squish in here! If you could only see how Brad and I slept last night... trying to fit on this little mat on the floor - We laughed our heads off! I know these are memories we will never forget. :)

Also, today Brad and I are celebrating 10 months! Hurrah!

21 comments:

  1. these are amazing photos! and congrats on 10 months! yea!!!

    http://streetlily.blogspot.com

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  2. How exciting!!! I'd love to hear the story of your new family...the grandparents are in Chile, but your husband is from the UK? Sounds like such a fun & diverse family!!

    Happy 10 months!!

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  3. Sounds like a fabulous trip & I love nothing more than a market either. Gorgeous photos too :)

    Harri
    at-rubik.blogspot.com

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  4. Beautiful! Happy 10 months!!!!

    JaNae
    http://discoveringjanae.blogspot.com

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  5. Oh I bet they are all obsessed with your blonde hair! So
    Fun :)

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  6. I love exploring markets in other countries! I'm sure they looove your blonde hair, they went crazy over my curly hair when I lived in South America. Have so much fun!

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  7. just found your blog,
    I have a feeling it's going to become one of my new favorites.
    I remember seeing your wedding video all over Pinterest and other Blogs and thinking how adorable you were!
    bailey @ mycrisscrossedblog.blogspot.com

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  8. That would be so fun to try all the things you probably wouldn't find in our farmer's markets.

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  9. Did you find any exciting new produce native to Chile? I'm sure it's fascinating to compare markets across the globe.

    xo Lauren VanDerwerken
    http://laurengotablog.blogspot.com/

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  10. Isn't it funny how being blonde gets such a reaction? Up until recently I was blonde, and when I last travelled to Europe - Spain, especially - it was crazy how much more animated people were about trying to sell me things. A blonde American? Hey! Here's a handbag! Try this dress! Hehe.

    Can't wait to hear more about your trip!

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  11. I just found your blog--I have come across some of your videos and I absolutely love them. Your video of when your husband came home from his mission made me lose it. I have a missionary coming home in 3 weeks! I am a new follower. Love your blog.
    xoxo,
    Sierra
    Oh, Just Living the Dream

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  12. Congrats!! these memories will for sure last forever!

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  13. That's exactly how I felt in Guatemala! Enjoy it girl!

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  14. I love markets too, these photos are amazing x

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  15. Your photos are fantastic.

    Rachael xx.

    www.theteacozykitchen.blogspot.com

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  16. I love markets, these are really good picture's!
    xo

    My online beauty store:http://beautybymissash.blogspot.ca/

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  17. Your photos are gorgeous! Just stumbled upon your blog, and I'm glad I did!

    Ellie | Ellalogy 

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  18. love seeing all your adventures!

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  19. i agree. foreign markets are the.best.

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