As you might already know, we’re in Guangzhou (China) at the moment. We’ve been here many times but there’s always something new to explore; especially on all the different markets … so I thought that I’d share a couple of our “wildest” photos with you.
Caution!!! We’re inured to pretty much anything after all of our travels, so this is for those who are not: If you’re eating dinner, or lunch, I’d really recommend swallowing before you scroll down! Oh and in advance: a big sorry to all vegetarians out there … but hey, this is what you find at markets if you leave the touristy parts.
Anyway, let me know which one you think is the yuckiest. I’d really love to hear your thoughts on this :)
Crocodile head & turtle shell at a wet market in Guangzhou, China.
Skinned frogs in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
A cow head at the Central market in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Dead fish at a market in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Dead ducks at a market in Guangzhou, China.
Cow eyes at a market in Hong Kong.
Bush meat in Laos.
Carring a dead pig into a market in Hong Kong.
Dead frogs at a market in Gangtok, India.
Not at a market but it fits here: Dead cat at a beach in Vietnam.
Chopped up crocodile in Cambodia.
A bulls head in Hong Kong.
Preparing dinner in Cambodia.
Burned goat heads in India.
Dead fish at a wet market in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Duck peckers at a market in Bangkok, Thailand.
Giblets at a market in Vientiane, Laos.
Dead cows at a market in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Meat section in Hong Kong.
The remains of a dead cow in Darjeeling, India.