Inside are Lip-bibh-khin and Khin-bin-lap, two witches that seem obsessed with the Pharaoh.
Lip-bibh-khin is a fortune teller.
Khin-bin-lap teaches the squinch method of squinting to witches that speak djelian well enough.
The caravan features a shelf with three large red bottles, a stove, a trough filled with water, a grinder and a jar amongst the clutter.
Spotting the caravan
When stopped, the caravan looks like:
There is a curious caravan stopped here.
When moving through the location, it looks like:
A curious caravan is moving along the road.
As it starts to move, it looks like:
The caravan jolts to a start and with thundering hooves it vanishes north in a trail of dust.
Then when it leaves other locations:
The caravan rumbles off south.
Finding the caravan
The caravan follows a simple looped route:
It goes west on Market Street through Deity Lane, Tsort Road, Temple Street, Avenue of the Pharaohs, Square of Ancestors, Road of the Sun, Ibis Parade, Scarab Walk going east, Road of the Sun going south, Ephebe Road, Avenue of the Pharaohs, through the west bazaar and loops back at Market Street.