Thursday, March 29, 2012

Women taking their food to sell in their booths along the steet.

There are tons of these kinds of trucks carrying cement all around the city - every building appears to be made of cement and cement bricks.  The men who work in the cement usually wear covering over their faces to protect themselves from inhaling all the cement dust.  They are usually covered in the dust from head to toe and are white like ghosts.

There are as many men as women who carry their work on their heads.  This man has eggs and often they are hard boiled and there is a knife on top so he can cut them open for the people who buy them.  He walked behind a pole just as I took the picture.

Sometimes they are just plain eggs and that is scarey - but we have never seen anyone lose a load!  No one refrigerates their eggs here, except me!

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