Once the (Covid-19) crisis started, we set up this small street side market, but usually I take my produce to the main market in Kokopo.  I sell bananas, kulau (young drinking coconut) and any other food that grows in our garden.

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Once the (Covid-19) crisis started, we set up this small street side market, but usually I take my produce to the main market in Kokopo.  I sell bananas, kulau (young drinking coconut) and any other food that grows in our garden.


I grow all the produce in my own garden, so since the lockdown, everything is pretty normal for me and my family, as we have food from our garden to eat, we just don’t have any store food and are not travelling into Kokopo to sell our things.  But it’s ok because we can still sell our produce here on the side of the road.  If the produce isn’t ready to harvest, we just stay at home, but when it’s ready, we collect it and bring it to sell at this roadside market.

 

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