Here is how the bread gets delivered to many little stores. I could tell by the smell it was very fresh.
He has been faithfully at this post for many years. I rarely print for myself. I’d rather compile a photo book. I print for friends, which at this point, include: footballers, beggars, coolies, guardians, car drivers, guards, tea stall operators, etc. I will leave them all behind in 35 days, which will be a major life style change for me. No more daily 35 cent breakfasts! A cup of tea for 6 cents, etc. I’ll even have to drive again! It will be a pleasure to spend 12 days in Switzerland checking out our roots, touring with our friend, eating cheese and chocolate, and chatting over many cups of coffee. Oh, I suspect I will take some photos!! It was a rainy day so only 4 footballers showed up this morning.
I have known this young man for many years. The big bag is full of muri, similar but smaller than puffed rice. It is used to make a very tasty, spicy snack called jhal muri!
Note the photographer in the mirror! I got a haircut for 50tk (59Cents U.S.).
These painters hope today somebody will need some painting done! This is a daily sight at our local market.
BENGALIS ARE ARTISTS, AND WOULDN’T JUST RANDOMLY DISPLAY THEIR VEGETABLES AT THE MARKET!