VISIT TO THE TYPICAL MARKET MARAMBA OF LIVINGSTONE
In the morning, we take our trusted taxi driver James to the Livingstone Maramba market. This is a typical market of the local people. People are curious, greet us but look at us with suspicion, almost wondering what we do there. In addition to the usual clothes stalls, dried fish, and various home equipment, from bidets to small electronics. There are those who adjust bicycles and hairdressers who perform typical local hairstyles (pigtails). People who prepare food and sellers of typical colored fabrics that we see everywhere in the city. Before returning to the hotel, James takes us to a small souvenir market, not for tourists, where we buy some gifts.