Slideshow: Snapshots from Tanzania: Zanzibar's Street Markets

Catch of the day
Catch of the day
Fresh fish, octopus, beef, and all other kinds of skewers on all of the tables at the market.
Night market
Night market
Lit only by the lamps on each table, the Forodhani Market is a beacon in the dark in Stone Town.
Tourists
Tourists
Surveying the tables.
Ordering a plate
Ordering a plate
When you order, you tell one of the vendors which fish or meat you want and they'll chop it up and plate it for you after warming everything up on a grill first.
Warmed to order
Warmed to order
Everything is warmed on a grill before serving.
One of the Nutella pizza chefs
One of the Nutella pizza chefs
For some reason, only the vendors selling the Nutella pizzas wore the chefs hats.
Sugar cane juice
Sugar cane juice
Freshly pressed sugar cane seasoned with lemon and lime.
Fruits and vegetables
Fruits and vegetables
One of the produce stalls at the Darajani Market.
Spices, beans, pastas
Spices, beans, pastas
More fruit
More fruit
Grapes, apples, and other fruits being sold on the street.
Meat market
Meat market
Carcasses on hooks and stomachs, livers, intestines all for sale.
Discarded heads
Discarded heads
Heads from freshly butchered cows.
Live chickens
Live chickens
This room was filled with these woven baskets with hundreds of chickens inside.
Live & dead chickens
Live & dead chickens
Shoppers pick from either live chickens that can then be slaughtered or select from the buckets of dead chickens in the front.
Dead chickens
Dead chickens
Freshly butchered chickens ready for purchase. Also covered in flies.