Gladly there's actually a lot more to the markets than the below picture - and my favourite stalls were actually to be found in that tunnel! There was a stall with multi-coloured hand-painted ceramics at excellent prices, one with cute toddler-sized knits, and others with pretty summery frocks and $2 earrings.
Come lunch time, food was easily accessible:
|Chorizo roll ($8)|
The good ol' gaytime attracted me for its throwback to a favourite classic. Don't expect too much, and you'll be content enough with it. It was covered by a layer of tim tam and mixed with gaytime ice cream and crumbled cookie.
|Good Ol' Gaytime ($5)|
|Freshly squeezed lemonade (<$5)|
Once we tired of navigating the markets, we made our way to the water, where we sat and talked until the sun went down.