I'm not talking about the Caribbean island, but the Jamaica Market, which I have written about numerous times on this blog.
On Saturday, after we returned from the Christmas Festival, Alejandro's sister Sandra said that she wanted to buy a poinsettia for the house. She asked whether we should go to the Poinsettia Fair going on along the Paseo de la Reforma or to Jamaica Market with its enormous selection of flowers. That Saturday, the Liverpool Department Store was having its Christmas Parade along the Paseo de la Reforma, so the boulevard was going to be jammed with people, even after the parade was over. We decided to go to Jamaica. That was fine with me. Even though I had just made a couple of trips there to buy things for my Nativity scene, I always enjoy going to that market.
Alejandro drove, and, as usual, traffic was chaotic. He parked the car on a side street a couple blocks away from the market, and we walked the rest of the way.
Alejandro, Ezra and Sandra led the way as we entered the cavernous market building.
A myriad of piñatas hung from the ceiling of the building.
Yes, I know that I showed you photos of the piñatas at the Jamaica Market just last week, but they are so colorful I can't resist posting more!