Garapan Street Market

I know where I’m going to be having supper every Thursday for the next month and a half. The Garapan Street Market is held every Thursday evening from 5:00 to 9:00. Many local restaurants have booths offering five selections (sometimes six) for just five dollars. There are Thai, Chamorro, Japanese, Chinese and Korean restaurants all offering a bewildering array of delicious looking dishes. Why cook when you have all these choices for such a great price? There are also several booths that sell smoothies. I discovered that a mango peach smoothie with coconut milk makes a great dessert!

In addition to food, the market features inexpensive locally made jewelry, artwork and knick-knacks and at 6 o’clock, the entertainment begins. Last week we stayed to watch the traditional dancers but this week we left the market after eating dinner and went for massages; 20 minute foot massages followed by 40 minutes of full body bliss. Ah, life is good!

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5 thoughts on “Garapan Street Market

  1. WOW! Sounds like quite an adventure thus far. Good variety of excitement, fun, work and love. May you be exponentially blessed in all you do!

    We were in Sedgewick last w/e to help with music. I picked up one of your prayer cards; it now resides on the fridge – a good reminder to pray as I go there QUITE often!!!!!

    It’s great to be able to see photos on FB and read your blog!

    Love & prayers,
    G

    • We appreciate your prayers, Glenys! I’m sending out semi regular prayer updates via email so I’ve added you to the list.

  2. I have just had internet connection in the last couple of days and was able to catch up on your adventures in ministry. It has been a wonderful adventure so far. You are so blessed to be able to be used by God in such a way. I look forward to reading more.
    You are in my prayers.

    • Thank you, Maggie! It was wonderful to hear from you. I hadn’t seen anything new on your blog for awhile and was hoping that you were okay! I look forward to reading more about your travels when you’re able to update again.

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