Mina had Kal by the arm and was guiding him through the central bazaar with a surprising expertise for a foreigner. She navigated through various merchants selling their wares out of stalls amid crowds of curious potential buyers, but never stopped at one.
To Kal’s questioning look, she held up a hand. “Any bolts of cloth sold on the street here are already going to be dusty or worse. The good stuff is always sold out of tailors’ shops. They’ll cost more, but the quality will be higher, it will feel better, and it will be clean. Also, we get the convenience of having the cloth right there when you pick out whatever style you decide to go with.” Continue reading “Shopping – Kal and Mina”