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Slice in the wall

Narrowest shop in the world? Just 2 feet / less than a 1 metre wide

Onwards we continued.

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Never seen rope made out of straw like I did on the footpath. So simple and effective but so labour intensive.

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You would have heard of a “hole in the wall” … well what about a “slice in the wall”? Is this the narrowest shop in the world?

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Stopped several times to do a photo shoot with Manjit both as the willing subject and teacher of some new skills.

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Posted by bruceontour 20:05 Archived in India

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