Behind the lens: Spring Bazaar

My Magazine 2022/04
2 min
The weekend of 26th and 27th of march was reserved for some shopping, music, Zimbas and tasting delicious snacks!

Visitors and vendors have joined us at Yosh Restaurant in Fajara for another Spring Bazaar.

There were more than 30 vendors with many amazing products. Skin and hair care, natural products, decorations, accessories, wooden and silver products, African clothing and of course tasty food and refreshing drinks.

From 11 am to 6 pm visitors were able to enjoy delicious snacks and food from vendors and host; YOSH Restaurant, browse through colourful stalls of more than 30 vendors, buy some great handmade products, useful things, gifts and make new contacts for their future shopping/orders/experiences, engage with children in kids’ workshops, take a professional photo together with friends, partner, family and enjoy Zimba Cultural Entertainment program.

ENTRY WAS FREE!

The next Bazaar is scheduled for Christmas.

Yosh Restaurant is located at Garba Jaumpa Rd.

Directions: At the traffic lights turn to Kairaba Ave Street towards Emporium. After 500 m turn right to Garba Jaumpa Rd (just before Emporium on the left). After 350 m you will see Yosh on your left.

Call 712 2121 to book your table!

Enjoy glimpses from ours and the camera lens of Aleksandar Jegreski, the volunteer of a Travel as a Volunteer program by Kids are the World Charity Organisation.

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

Photo by: Aleksandar Jegreski

 

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