I’ve already written about our trip through to the Blaauwklippen Market Sunday before last, where we were delighted to find an unexpected St. Patrick’s Day celebration on in full swing.
Lots of green (basically everywhere you looked), lots of feel good Irish pub music, and of course the odd Irish dancing lass or two.
Of course, thanks to the phone in my pocket, plenty of photos too, meaning I had best post some more pictures from what was a pleasant afternoon out and about!
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This family market started in March 2011 as a once-monthly market, but due to its popularity we changed it to a weekly market and are now open every Sunday 10h00 to 15h00. The market has a range of stalls from fresh produce and homemade products to crafts and plants. There is also live music, delicious food stalls and of course Blaauwklippen wines to enjoy, so bring a blanket and relax under the trees.
And now you know.
P.S. The pancakes on sale there are the absolute best!