BY Jeoffrey Mukubi
THE first Windhoek City Market for 2018, which took place last Friday, was nothing short of a fun-filled and satisfying experience.
The market has successfully transformed into the go-to social space for an informal city market, with great food and drinks of all sorts, décor and clothing stalls, among other small and medium enterprises.
The market started just after 16h00 and carried on until 22h00, and attracted a mix of mainly middle to upper-class citizens, because of where it usually takes place, at The Village.
However, the set up for everyone to come and experience and it has certainly become more and more fun to go to.
The ambience is surreal, as the market really brings out a sense of oneness, and the fact that it is set up as a family-friendly environment makes it worthwhile to see. It seemed to have brought people from all walks of life into one place, with the smell of bratwurst filling the air at a hotdog stand, while traditional Indonesian food that causes instant salivation was also a feast for the senses and the eyes, once you peek at the delicacies.
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