I really enjoyed wandering in and out of the rooms. The staff was friendly in helping me gather items, taking them to be wrapped. The price range was from fairly inexpensive to fairly expensive depending on the item. I bought a hand carved wood vase, a piece of pottery and a white stone giraffe and the total came to $60. I thought that was very reasonable for the quality, the fact that they were limited items etc. My family that was with me bought larger items to take home, the ebony african animal statues can be much more expensive, as is some of the jewelry. I wished they had more origial local artwork for sale.
The restraunat food was good, however, I waited about an hour for a tuna melt. I ordered something easy as we didn't have much time there before our flight. We were very annoyed at the slow service and I would not think of eating here again unless I had two hours to kill.
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