Every city, town, and village in Fiji has a fruit and vegetable market. The one in Nadi takes up an entire block, although it’s not as big as the one in Lautoka, Fiji’s second largest city. Still, there are hundreds of stalls inside the metal framed complex, with dozens of people outside selling their produce. The ones outside don’t rent a stall in the market and are often people that may have come miles to sell a few garden-grown vegetables. Prices are cheap inside and out and there is no pressure to buy.