It's tea time!
In this shop the tea is made and distributed to other shop keepers on the street. I am assuming it is a family business here ;-).
I've seen a couple of tea places like this one in an ancient town of Peshawar. It is hard not to buy a cup. Pakistanis are good salesmen!
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jasmis (58485) 2006-03-24 18:12
Another outstanding photo. Really perfect. Nothing to add. Regards.
mamcg (6171) 2006-03-24 21:34
Yes, this is the CHAINAKY hotel, CHAI means TEA and CHAINAG stands for TEA POT so it is prepaired in teapot and distributed and same course here in Quetta Balochistan we have, nice shot.
siolaw (38292) 2006-03-25 1:27
Hi...nice sharp picture of daily life in Peshawar...not to mention the risk factor!!not so many western women must be travelling these areas nowadays!!
All the best
ramesh_lalwani (3211) 2006-03-25 3:09
You got interesting scene of a tea shop with colorful pottery.TFS
razanoor (466) 2006-03-27 17:12
Nice capture of daily life in Peshawar. This reminds me of so many tea shops in Lahore too. Many of them are also run by Pathans and these shops sell some of the best tea in the world...eventhough sometimes the utensils used may not be the cleanest but its the taste that matters...
valdec (7367) 2006-03-29 2:40
bardzo dobra praca, dobrze wypatrzone i pokazane, pozdrawiam