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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Zeenath


Zeenath is a little domestic spares shop on the corner of Port Street and Market Street.

It is one of those old-fashioned shops that is stocked to the gills with all those relatively inexpensive but essential gadgets that you could spend hours hunting for in more modern DIY superstores.

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18 comments:

kjpweb said...

Great "Z" - and they even have "fancy" goods! ;)
Cheers, Klaus

Judy said...

That's my kind of shop.

babooshka said...

How did you manage to get a store with a z . Did you bribe them. Hats off to you again, this is a real find.

ellen b said...

I just love these kinds of stores.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Zeenath is MY kind of store! You never know what treasures are inside so you have to go in. ;-)

leslie said...

Interesting little shop! What do they mean by "fancy" goods? I know it's a British term, but I'm unsure of its meaning.

shutterhappyjenn said...

That's a very interesting shop! Thanks for sharing.

Gary said...

I love this kind of shop and could spend hours in there finding long forgotten implements!!

Great Z.

Gary

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

fantastic little shop - just what every little town (like the one i live in) needs...

Old Wom Tigley said...

A very good shop indeed .. it has had my custom more than once this year. Nice to see the old Port Street sign there s well.

Tom

marley said...

Great post for Z. This is a fantastic type of shop. They are real gems.

starnitesky said...

I bet you couldn't wait for Z to post this. I love wandering around these kind of shops.

starnitesky said...

I bet you couldn't wait for Z to post this. I love wandering around these kind of shops.

imac said...

Great shop these type Gerald, we used to have 3 now just 1 and I think its about to shut.

ken mac said...

wow, that looks like something you might see in New York's Lower East Side. Well done1

becky voyles said...

Very original. I like it because it is different.

Granny Smith said...

Do you suppose that the name of this shop is a mis-spelling of "zenith"? It definite ranks at the top!

Denise said...

The backbone of every high street!
A really good discovery!

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