We took a day tour of Nicaragua from costa Rica today. This market was on the list of stops. However I didn't stay very long. I was annoyed by how aggressive everyone was about asking for money. First there was the guy who stood by the door and stared at us. He was holding a collection can for donations to a children's charity. When no one volunteered a donation he approached each one of us individually. Then it was the "tour guides" following me around, offering to translate for me. Then this old woman asked me for money. I said "no" and she walked away- or so I thought. When she saw that I had change in my hand from having bought my daughter an ice cream, she tapped me on my shoulder and asked for it. I gave it to her and pretty much ran to the tour van. As I was getting in the car a woman approached me and asked if I wanted to buy cashews. I said no and got in the car to wait for the other people riding the bus to come back. That woman stood beside my window for a good 5-7 minutes stairing at me. I also had people approach my kids and give them things and then try to extract money from me. I had been sitting in the van a good ten minutes when a new girl started knocking on the window. I had my back turned to the window because I didn't want to make eye contact with the vendors. When she knocked, I was startled by her boldness. Luckily soon after everyone else riding in the van came back, including the driver and we able to leave. Needless to say I didn't purchase anything at this market and I let my guide know that thought this was terrible place to visit.