Saturday, July 27
We woke up early, had breakfast, and headed to the Saturday market. The sun blazed down.
I sit for awhile on one of the handmade benches in the market and notice my legs making shadow patterns. Looking around I realise that I have taken all of the photograph of the market itself that I need to take this summer. I look down and point my phone at my shoe.
I will stand in the shade and talk with Titi while she sells her pasties. We will talk about about the Hawaiian independence movement and (for some reason) about Kekkonen, the legendary Finnish president whose posthumous reputation got radically reassessed when the Soviet Union collapsed and researchers gained access to the old archives.