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Today we had decided to go into Adelaide to the Aboriginal Art Fair. I was hoping to buy a few things but unfortunately all the things I liked were a bit expensive. Would have been worth it but just couldn't justify the expense. After wondering around for a while and watching an Aboriginal lady burning a pattern onto some wood, we then walked to Rundle Street.
Rundle Street is closed to vehicles on a Sunday as they set up a market there. We had some time to spare as we were meeting some friends for lunch not too far away. We strolled and again I saw some great things but I don't really need them so I didn't buy much. There was one food stall that I definately had to take a photo of as I had never seen, chips on a stick!
While walking back to the car, I saw something quite amusing so had to take a photo. I have seen many people with bags, checking garbage bins for drink cans and bottles before (in South Australia we get a refund on them but lots of people still throw them in the bin) but this man was very busy collecting. He had a shopping trolley that had heaps of bags hanging off it and around it, and he was filling them all up with cans etc.