The Madressa Arcade can be found in the Indian Quarter. It has a Kiplingesque quality, recalling bazaars of the east. Built ... More
The Madressa Arcade can be found in the Indian Quarter. It has a Kiplingesque quality, recalling bazaars of the east. Built in 1927, it is little more than a narrow and winding alley, perfumed by spices and thronged with traders. Here you can buy everything from plastic trinkets to household utensils and Indian music. There are two particularly unusual shops in the arcade: one sells the latest African hits on record, and the other specializes in dried monkey heads and other paraphernalia of African 'magic'. The arcade has entrances on both Queen and Cathedral Streets.
The Greek owner of this small store, Alexia, has created a warm and comfortable feel in his store and has
stocked it with a wonderful range of imported cigars and tobaccos. In addition there is the full spectrum of ...
This shop is one of a large chain of toy stores found both in South Africa and abroad. They all
carry an enormous range of toys from tiny bubble blowers and toy soldiers, to motorized toy cars. A good ...
Musica is a chain of music stores located throughout the country. They always have a good range of pop and
rock with a little contemporary and classical thrown in for good measure. They have directed their efforts toward the ...
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