They would sell drinks, fruit, some kind of pastries, icecreams and other traditional food (like dried fish, which I had no nerves to try, I confess). Most of them were women, not that young, many of them with a traditional scarf around their faces.
But better than words, are the images, and sometimes I felt like a stalker, trying to get the best photos...
Here are a few:
|To sell something the baboushkas were always moving from one place to the other|
|The used many different things, from wood baskets, to buckets, to this|
|In some stops they tried to sell things even to the ones that didn't leave the train|
|Dried fish, anyone?|
|This lady was not selling anything in this moment, but I just liked the image|
|In the last stop things were a bit more organized|