|Kirsty Sword Gusmao signs in|
|Music from "5 De Oriente" - the first band to use the new Sunset Fair stage|
|The corn's a-poppin' at Cinema Lorosa'e|
|Only at Sunset Fair: Dragonfly Dan and Fairy Jill join a Timorese croc from Anima Audian|
|Welcome to a new stallholder this season: Belle Kria Women's Sewing Group. |
They make lovely fabric books for very small children, and
can pretty much sew anything else you want, too.
email@example.com for all your sewing needs.
Arte Moris's lovely t-shirts. Wear Timorese fine art!
They are high quality and wash really well, too.
|Alola Foundation's multilingual alphabet cards.|
|Back again! Our beloved basket ladies of Maubara|
|Dili Beach Hotel. Good food, icy cold beer|
|Diak print shop. Get your custom-made t-shirts|
here or buy one of the cool ready-made designs.
|Kor Timor. Handmade paper, gorgeous packaging and lush coconut oils and soaps.|
Boy Clemens' auntie wishes he was here.
He is the composer of the Sunset Fair anthem, "Areia Branca".
|Gorgeous Fairy Jill|
One of the guest entertainers from Darwin's
Mindil Beach Markets
|Fairy Jill and Dragonfly Dan|
practice the gentle art of balloon-bending - a
big hit with the Timorese kiddies
Mr and Mrs Tony Jape with sister Pamela
take a well-earned break from preparations to open the Timor Plaza,
Timor-Leste's fabulous new shopping mall
|The Bouncy Castle. Mother's little helper.|
|Balloon advertising - a first for Timor-Leste, courtesy of |
Sunset Fair site management company Camara
|You can never own too many tais. These are from Haburas Cultura|
|Dan and Jill creating animals from balloons|
|"Can you tell what it is yet?"|
|A typical Sunset Fair scene - a fairy and a dragonfly|
meet a crocodile and a monkey
|Jill and Dan groove to "5 de Oriente" - on stilts|
|Classic magic sunset moment|
|Fine handicrafts from Isabel dos Santos|
|A religious theme - Pramidita's handicrafts|
|Lovely creativity in straw from Virgilia Serao|