Hours before the windstorm, we remembered about the downtown fair that I was so curious about 😀 Unfortunately I realized too late that there is no battery left in my camera but a smartphone always comes in handy in this kind of situations!
There is no way I won’t write about this because I was in total shock when I saw our traditional Romanian “sarmale” (cabbage rolls) in K-market! Well…these are Finnish but anyways…it was a pleasant surprise to see that they have similar “sarmale”!
They might not taste like the ones made by my grandmother and although I was tempted to get them, I didn’t. I will wait until I go home and serve them with “mămăligă” (maize porridge/polenta?) and sour cream. That’s a real Romanian dish!
And finally we are at the fair! The child in me has come to the surface!
I WANT CRUELLA de VIL PAINTED ON OUR WALL IN THE LIVING ROOM, PLEASE!
I don’t trust “the big one” but I had to have a picture with it 😀
Then something funny happened. I wanted cotton candy so bad because usually in my hometown (Suceava, RO) there is always cotton candy at every possible fair and my beloved one said that we can find it at the karkki (candy) booth. And while waiting for it, suddenly “there you go” came with a big bucket full of it. With wide-eyes opened I welcomed the thing and I was surprised that it didn’t come on a stick 😀 Happy me!
Do you remember these old American movies where the boy goes to “take a chance” and tries to get for his girlfriend the biggest, fluffiest and cutest toy? Well, we went there too. And I ended with a black sheep. Is that a sign? 😀 haha! definitely not!
And the windstorm has just begun -_- Goodbye fabulous pictures!
Turenki had also a small market near downtown today and I ended up getting handmade candles and a honey dipper (I’ve always wanted one) because I sweeten up my tea only with honey!
Probably I will never burn these candles but you know…once you let a woman in a market, she has to have everything!