Hide and Souq in Doha
Souq Waqif is also a great way to ease yourself into a visit to Qatar. The market's main thoroughfare boasts a bevy of restaurants with cuisines ranging from Iraqi to Malaysian; cafes with the ubiquitous wafts of apple tobacco flowing through shisha (hookah) pipes; and of course plenty of goodies from woven rugs to dish-dash festooned bobble-head dolls. But the alleys are the reason to spend at least a couple hours in Souq Waqif. Cinnamon bark, dried lemons, frankincense, oud and Iranian confections are just a few of the treats that tease the nasal passages and make your mouth water. I included a few pictures here.
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