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Sunday Night Market Fun :)

The Sunday Night Market is a fun place to hang out :) There are tons of unique things to see, eat and buy :) One of the nights we were at the market, there was a lip-sync/dance competition. There was a boy group that did awesome! All I got of them was this blurry picture, but they were great.
The next group was a girl group and they weren't very good, but still fun to watch. Here's a video in case you want to watch it:

I thought this path was really cool...
This little girl and her mom are always in this market. The mom plays music and the girl dances to a totally different kind of music. She's cute :)
This lady is so cool. She rolls around in her wheel chair with all the things she's selling attached (and an umbrella!). She's really old, but folds this special grass stuff into all kinds of animals. It's really intricate and I'm not sure I could do it, but this lady makes them super fast! It's cool!


Anonymous said…
Cool post! In the video - did the girls in the back (that were in a line) just stand there or did they dance as well?
Great photos! I like the walkway. very calm.
SouthAsiaRocks said…
haha! They danced eventually... it was funny how long they stayed on the stage in that line though!
Christine said…
That. Video. Is. Awesome!!!

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