We just 'parked' our boat along the water and Bert and eldest hopped off to buy us some icecream.
Second child was told to keep the boat along the shore and was determined to do it right.
I of course, had to photograph ;-)
What to buy:
Buy a stone ball, let it be cut and be surprised. Kids can also cut the stone themselves. After it is opened the people selling it will tell you what crystals are inside.
The stones are formed by a vulcano. The outside is lava, and the heat formed crystals inside before it cooled and formed a ball.
The balls are not from here, but they come from Mexico.
Ther are all kinds of ceramics and art pieces for sail, in the back you can watch a demonstration on how these ceramics are made.
What to buy: All kinds of ceramics and other art pieces.
What to pay: Depends on how much you want to spend!
It's more like a museum annex shop.
You can see some showcases with Shells and other seacreatures and a lot of stuff made from shells like jewelry, boxes and so on.