Sunday, May 12, 2013

Old Jeddah Handicrafts Souk

The Turkish and Afghani souk area of Old Jeddah is a colorful and fascinating place with wares such as textiles, furniture, baskets and other home accessories, and jewelry.

CLICK HERE FOR A MAP to Old Jeddah's Turkish and Afghani souk.

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  1. Markets like this are a great place to buy handicrafts, and we often do. We are careful, however, about buying food on the streets in cultures where we are not sure of the compatibility with our immune system and bacteria tolerances.

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    1. Hi Dave - Street vendors selling food everywhere in the world should be avoided. I've seen too many undercover videos of their practices.

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  2. Nice shot. Do you ever buy from the non-food stalls?

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