I loved it. The souk had two sides one"classy" the other "low class". Hard to tell the difference. The prices were higher on the classy side. I guess if you think you are better than your neighbor you can shop on the good side, or not. Same stuff or so it seemed. The best was the donkey parking lot. The main man was paid to feed and water your donkey, or horse, while you shopped. They were all tethered away from each other but you could tell there was unfinished business between some. We watched them shoe the animals with solid metal plates, not the horse shoes we are used to. We were amazed at the packing jobs done on the animals and the vehicles. Many items from food to wooden planks and plumbing supplies. A few sheep were added in.
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