National Geographic : 1935 Dec
THE ROCK OF ADEN 735 © Alex Stocker IT TAKES TWO LANGUAGES TO SAY "STOP" IN ADEN Modern busses thread their way among heavily burdened camels, man-drawn carts, carriages, and jaywalking pedestrians. Photograph by Addison E. Southard "RUNNING WATER" IN ADEN MEANS CAMEL-CART DELIVERY Most of the water supply for foreign residents of the arid town is distilled from the sea and brought to households in this manner. It costs about five cents for a four-gallon measure. The sign, bearing the familiar eagle, indicates the American Consulate.