Visiting a bazaar, is a must. Picturesqueness of stalls are so inviting...and locals are perfect tradespeople. First price is ussually very high. And then begin hanggling, a ceremony at each buying. At last, the price is lower for a half or more.
What to buy: Camels...camels...camels..all sort of them...big ...small...bright...dark...The ones that can sing, talk...
And drums. I bought one, and I gifted it to my nephew. A guy from the shop, showed us how to play, and we tried. It was a lot of fun...and a guy extoled us as a good learners... of course...everything just to make a bargain.
Carpets are another typical goods. They're of good quality, with wonderful colour and patterns. Almost everyone of my group has bought at least a very small one.
Being a 3*, so cheap and so big (more than 500 rooms, I think), we weren't expecting much, but we...more
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