You'll find almost anything you need on the streets of Malabo.
What you need and when you need it.
Walking through the streets of Malabo you will find a huge number of family-owned shops. They are, for the most part, groceries and small shops owned by both locals and Lebanese immigrants; in the former, you can purchase all kinds of edibles, fresh, dry, canned and frozen. They are similar to the traditional food shops that until a few years ago existed in most Spanish cities. Naturally, the range of brands is quite limited. As for the shops, they are similar to the 'all for one euro' places one can find in Spain nowadays, selling almost everything from food to cleaning supplies to clothing and utensils. Few neighbourhoods in Malabo don't have one or more of stores, and you need not worry about schedules, as they open early and close late.
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