You act as if you were in Tunis, among the bazaars or the souks.
After the souks, the palaces and mosques are of chief interest to the traveller.
The Hebrew stalls in the souks were closed, and the whole population of the Mellah thronged its tunnels in holiday dress.
Henceforward less and less daylight and fresh air were to penetrate into the souks of Morocco.
Dave has sent some of his best men into Tamanrasset to pick up gossip in the souks.
It can be bought—even in the bazaars and souks of Algiers and Tunis—at its weight for old silver.
Mosques, souks, and synagogues give an Oriental blend as lively in colouring and variety as will satisfy the most insistent.
The Kasba of Sousse sits high on the hillside overlooking the Arab town and the souks.
They likewise come to Aheer and Soudan, and fetch slaves and goods for the souks of Tuat.