The Albert Market in Banjul, The Gambia, is such a colorful place to visit. The locals sell mainly vegetables, fruit, and fish, but clothes are also on offer. It’s not the most hygienic of all markets (the uncooled fish attracts many flies), but thanks to the authenticity it's well worth a little tour. Only one problem: the vendors didn't want me to photograph the cats. Several of them yelled, and one woman even threw salads at me.
My trip to The Gambia was sponsored by the Gambia Tourism Board, Bamboo Garden Hotel, and SN Brussels Airlines.