Saturday, March 20, 2010

Bazar

In French "c'est le bazar" means "it's a mess" and a Bazar is also a used for a shop where you can find ... everything like that one.

8 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee
It always amazed «Louis» at how these bazars can cram so much merchandise into such a small space.

Leif Hagen said...

That's a lot of plastic stuff! Fun to catch up on your blog photos this morning!

Nadege said...

Ca fait souk! not very glamourous for Paris but it is a reality.
Did you see my comment on your other blog? Pity us, poor Angelenos.

Starman said...

I love those stores. They always have exactly what I'm looking to buy.

Virginia said...

Oh I love the ones with china and kitchen stuff and just MESS! :)
V

tapirgal said...

It looks useful. And I think they organized it pretty well. It could be a real mess if I were in charge :)

Rahul said...

Dear Laurent

i do follow your blogs regularly

" Bazar " is an indian word and it means market
and i bet this bazar belongs to an indian , as vikas is a common name in India and the picture is of the fanous indian actress Aishwarya rai

Laurent said...

Thanks for you comment Rahul. In fact most if the bazar shops in Paris belong to immigrants and most of the time actually they are from India.