Babies complain of shortage of transport!

I rarely see babies in prams or pushchairs – most of the babies I see are carried by their mother or father. I think I know why.

You may have noticed in previous posts that the ladies who sell things often have mobile shops made from skillfully converted prams and pushchairs.

I saw several today.

This lady is selling cloves of garlic.

Anyway, I suspect that there is such a high demand for converted prams and pushchairs that there are very few unconverted ones left for babies.

Perhaps there is a big factory somewhere that makes these conversions and supplies them to the ladies who sell things.

Hmm, I wonder if babies here learn to walk earlier than babies in other countries.