I visited the souq today. It's a market. One section like a huge garage sale of odds and ends. Someone with a whole corner of pre-loved shoes. Another selling toys and bits of toys. Fruit and vegetables galore. Such wondrous fresh smells. And butchers behind glass fronts converting carcases into cuts with energetically employed choppers that explode like gunshots. And all the time stall holders recommending their wares like imams calling to prayer. And shoppers negotiating derisively and reminding shopkeepers loudly that they too have children at home that have to be fed.
You can hear a 90 second recording of the souq sounds here. audio of souq
And now here are some pictures. You can click on pics to make them full size:
Afterwards I bought a coke (for the caffeine) and watched the passing parade on Market Square.