Sunday, May 13, 2012

Trinkets & Treasures

 
The traditional souq at Abu Dhabi Heritage Village is located on the Breakwater and offers a glimpse of Abu Dhabi life before oil. It's one the last remaining places in the capital you can haggle your way to a bargain.

1 comments:

smudgeon June 9, 2012 at 2:39 PM  

this is not what i usually think of when i think of Abu Dhabi! things have certainly changed quite a bit. i think i'd like to wander this area - as you say, haggle a bargain or two...

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