This is a combination shop you wouldn’t see much in the US. On the left is a small eatery, selling pre-cooked foods selected by the customer from large pots hopefully covered with lids to keep out the dust. Muslim customers (this is near a Muslin neighborhood) can eat with no qualms because the sign assures all the food is halal. On the right, in the contraption on wheels made from chicken wire and shelves, the proprietors are selling all sorts of metal hand tools and utensils–machetes, axes, shovels, hoes, scythes, etc. To protect their merchandise and their customers, they are hanging a tarpaulin to block the sun and rain. They are tieing it to the telephone lines, probably figuring it won’t bother anyone–and probably figuring that half of them are non-functioning anyway.