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Riyadh-Butha shopping

Saudi has tons of fabulous malls and upscale shops but it also has some famous local shopping. Many Westerners living in Saudi prefer going to these interesting  places where prices are good and you can find basic housewares and a wide range of everyday items.

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  1. Lyn, as always you show us really interesting photos and fill us in on details and descriptions. With my 3 children, I tried to buy 2 or 3 new outfits every season then “filled in” with other gently used clothing. 🙂
    I like that our small town has two big box stores and three thrift or resale stores. Kohl’s is for fairly reasonable priced clothing and new household items, Wal Mart for even lessmoney, then for clothes I like “Thrifty Chic” and “Toujours” shops along with Goodwill Store. There are many reasons in the winter to go to Malls, (Polaris and Tuttle Crossing) to walk around in warmth, to look at people 🙂 and decorations. There is such a competition between places you may find bargains. Have a wonderful rest of the week! ♡

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    September 30, 2015
  2. The irony of the firs photo Lynz

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    September 30, 2015
  3. Great pic Lynz! Love reading your posts.

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    September 30, 2015
  4. Interesting shopping area Lynz!

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    September 30, 2015
  5. Lovely detailed photos, Lynn. Do those market areas keep going during the evening? it looks like night-time in that top picture, with electric lights on, as well.

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    September 30, 2015
  6. So much stimulation!! I think I’d be dizzy! haha

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    September 30, 2015
  7. Sandhya #

    Great post Lynn! Such nice pics too.

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    September 30, 2015
  8. Hello my friend….another great picture…my kids had so much fun shopping over seas..they were in Morocco and Istanbul….I would have so much fun in the markets over there….were you able to bring back lots of fun stuff?

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    September 30, 2015
  9. Love the photo of the souk! I can just imagine the sounds and aromas 🙂 love it!

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    September 30, 2015
  10. NJ #

    Local market are good for everyday shopping 🙂 Do people bargain out there 😉 In our country bargaining is part of shopping 😛

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    September 30, 2015
  11. Awesome! !

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    October 1, 2015
  12. Did you wear lovely bright clothes beneath the black coat ? I am so interested to hear a first-hand account.

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    October 1, 2015
    • I had lots of work ha ha so no i did not. I basically wore my work pants and a shirt. No frills were allowed in our household. But many women wear what they are wearing in their home. I guess it might be like a woman wearing a winter coat and whatever she might wear under it depending on where she is going. But this totally covers you , so you might just slip it on over your house dress.

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      October 1, 2015

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