The outskirts of town
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Getting back to
Then I walk along a street and I come to a pretty cool mosque - and I wanna take a photo of it. I grab my camera but a man shots at me - no photos I guess somebody who speaks English comes along and tells me that I can't take a photo off the mosque because there is a car park in front. It is an official car with a blue number plate - it looks like a police car but there is something with the number plate which means this is not just an ordinary police car.
By now I head towards the beach. A beach around the
After the beach I head back to the centre and the old town - I walk into a big market in the outskirts of the old town. It is a market with all sorts of foods to buy. But there is also pet shop - or I assume it is pet shop given they are selling budgies and canaries and that sort of birds as well as turtles and dogs. But they also sells rabbits and duck as well as chickens - I start to wonder if this is a pet shop or a shop selling really really fresh meat. Not a good thing to think too much about so after having a good look at the market I head for another part of the new town to see the new mosque which seems to be a everlasting construction project - they have been building on it for years at they still got quite a bit to do before it will be finish.