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There are not exactly a lot of shops in Amed, that's part of it's charm I think.
We had been out for a drive and were dying for a cold drink so only stopped at this shop with buying a drink in mind. It was like a mini grocery store but also had lots of textiles behind locked glass doors. Hmmmmm, just had to have a look at them then.
By the time we eventually got out of there we not only had our drinks but I had bought 3 lovely pieces and my brother had another 3!! We just can't help ourselves :)
What to pay: Everything is fixed price....no bargaining here, but it was so cheap that it didn't matter.
Updated Mar 18, 2007
Stop at one of the roadside stands and buy some of the strange looking fruit that you will find there. It may look a lot different than anything that you are used to eating but most of it is quite good and it is cheap
Shown in the picture are bananas, salak, mangosteen, durian, and rambutans.
Written Jul 3, 2005
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