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Sand storm streets
Sand covered streets made for a dusty shopping experience
Shopping in Luxor was quite an experience. As you can see from the pictures left and below, many of the the streets were dirt or, if paved, covered by a layer of sand, and the traffic kicked up quite a dust storm at times. There was mixture of motorized and non-motorized traffic. We figured the best way to enjoy our shopping adventure was to hire a horse-drawn carriage.
Horse drawn carriages
Horse-drawn carriages were the accepted mode of transportation
Donkey cart
Donkey cart
Dress shop
Sidewalk shops
Sidewalk shops
Vegetable vendor
Tomatoes and potatoes for sale
Continue to the next page for more pictures of our shopping spree in downtown Luxor ...
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