Last Saturday we visited Lyttelton Farmers’ Market and it was pumping. Good to see. People still want to eat (and eat well) post quake.
The aftershocks haven’t stopped, but life must go on.
There were bunches of sweet little daffodils for $1 each, music, yummy ready to eat foods, fresh fish and lots of ingredients for the home cook.
Many of Lyttelton’s buildings are gone but it’s great to see that the businesses live on.
Ground Culinary Centre that was on London Street was a pile of debris when we visited at Easter and is now a tidy but empty lot. Ground are are still making yummy deli style salads.
We bought a yummy feijoa and ginger jam by Peninsula Preserves to take back to Auckland with us.
Hopefully the Markets are keeping business afloat until they can open up somewhere else.