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Oyubo market is 10-15 km's away from the city, it is called Oyubo market cos generally expatriates and foreigners visit the area to buy local crafts, art pieces and food. There are 2 sections, one is for crafts and handmade wooden masks, statues and paintings. the other one is for food and drinks imported. You can find whatever you like here.
What to buy: Masks, paintings, leather goods, fruits, beverage
What to pay: they will ask for prices that they never expect you to pay!...just propose the 1/3 and bu it for the half price
Written Jun 7, 2006
A one stop shop for travellers. You can get almost all local souveniers at this place.
Ranging from wood carving to oil painting.
What to buy: Local wood carving, ivory bangles, bronze sculptures, etc.
What to pay: You have to negotiate real hard.
50% asking price will be fair enough usually.
Written Aug 19, 2004
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