|We went under the 17th Century arch of Porta Uzeda which leads to the main town square.
Cesco was at the ferry terminal waiting for us at 7.30am. It took him 2 hours to get there, which meant he caught the first bus at 5.30am. Yet he was waving vigorously when he spotted us! Being the typical Italian host, he insisted on treating us to the town's breakfast specialty at his favourite restaurant.
The main town square Piazza Duomo was coming to life as we were enjoying our breakfast. The cathedral, museum and town hall all feature very impressive, imposing Baroque structure that incorporates Roman columns.
|Overview of the market.
|Cesco showing May Ling the different kinds of snails.
|Lots of people just milling around the marketplace.
|Broccoli with the leaves intact.
|Artichokes are so cheap here!
|Antique weighing scale.
|Fresh basil here are sold in pots.
|More sea urchins!
|This fish monger was cutting up the weirdest fish we had ever seen. It had a huge mouth with spiky teeth and fins that looked like little feet.
|After touring the market, we waited for a bus to bring us to Ragusa.