Well, I've shown you pictures of the bazaar near our house, but I don't think I've shown you pictures of a bigger bazaar in town.
I have been there over seven times, and I STILL haven't seen the whole thing. It goes on and on and on.
Some of the items are used, but most are new. I find it a fascinating place to go.
For example, we weren't sure we could find roller blades in this country, but here they are.
Who knew this even existed? We were shocked to see Kylie's name all over the place. I'm guessing this is "in" in America...
Well, if you're gonna sell one item, make sure it's a cute shirt...
What in the world?!
One of 6 or 7 toy stalls.
It's basically hunt and find.
There's always a man sitting in the shop trying to fix broken toys he's received.
Most of these toys have been owned and loved by someone and now they are up for re-sale.
The one exception is the LOADS of McDonald's toys that somehow make their way over here.
That is Doug's hand, and one giant fish!
Need some pots?
The one thing that does drive me a little crazy is the lack of organization.
It's like shopping at TJ Maxx or Ross, which are also not my favorite.
Why build shelves when you can use the floor to display your merchandise?
I didn't even photograph the curtains, fabric, bedding, children's clothes, kitchen wares, dishes, camping equipment, cobblers sewing shoes, plastic flowers, baskets, food, under-clothes, high heel shoes, carpet, etc. etc. It goes on and on and on.
Let me know if you want to go sometime, and I'll be glad to take you :)