'fell off the back of a van,...fire damaged stock
Many people in Essex originally come from the East End of London. They may have been seeking a better life in the green fields of Essex, but the Market trader philosophy came with them.
Places like Pitsea Market are where you can really participate in the 'lifeforce' of local people. The market operates with about 200 stalls, 4 days a week in the centre of Pitsea's shopping area. Full details are available from the listed website.
Even the operators have few pretensions and use a mock-up to Del and Rodney's Robin Reliant three-wheeler (from the classic British Comedy 'Only fools and Horses') with 'Pitsea Maket' on the side to help publicise the place.
You won't find any tourists here, and thus no stalls aimed at tourists, but if you anything from DVD's to Cauliflowers, then this is your place.
As an alternative, visit one of the vast 'boot sales' that operate at the weekend, just look out for signs on the A127, or elsewhere, directing you to some sodden field where you can purchase the contents of someone else's garage.
home is ....
an old friend saying, home is where you hang your backpack. another friend describe home is where you can feel the lazy days on a hammock and think nothing but time itself. another opinion, home is a place where you want to be back and comeback again to find your favourite food and licking your fingers, taste the last bites. then the other, home is a place for pampering yourself with do nothing.
and my own description about home is ... where i leave part of my heart with. an ultimate destination to where i am going after such long travels. a place that made my heart blossoming and warm, every time i think of it.
i do enjoy the moment landing at heathrow airport. reunited with my bloody backpacks and find a way for tube underground. or in another moments, having busy but great times in london. both of those moments will continue pick a double decker from st paul's to direction tower hill. then walking along the fenchurch street to catch dlr c2c and the journey takes within 20 minutes.
passing the nice [autumn] scenery along the way, train stations stops and nothing more beautiful but to see my beloved one behind steering wheel when i walk by the stairs at laindon train station.
i love you :)