Hijabs on Market street


Hijab on market street

Yesterday walking up Market street, my friend and I encountered a group of middle eastern people. They were obviously tourists, blocking the sidewalk while in deep discussion about where they were doing to go, or do next. Now I don’t speak their language, but when you live in a tourist destination you just know these things in time, having observed thousands of tourists in a similar stance.

In the group or maybe 10, the men looked typical, one or two in regular dress shirts and pants and the others in full on white tunics and trousers, looking all regal on the sidewalk. The whole party was like a real life cultural dress display, I was fascinated. Not that we don’t see the one or two people dressed this way, but in the true fashion of my people we usual just pass them by, they are after all just people.


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