Just a heads up for folks going to the market-before we even got out of the vehicle we were surrounded by guys wearing white shirts with the market name embroidered on them-they attached themselves to us and tried to make us purchase from certain vendors. I was looking at hammocks and they got upset when I bought from someone. They kept telling me it was not good quality and insisted I buy from someone else. It was so aggravating and when I told them i wanted to look around on my own they still kept following us. I didn't mind giving them a tip because I realize they are trying to make a living but when I gave each 20 bucks they got angry and wanted more-the guy watching the car was fine with 20 but the other 2 wanted more money. In the time it took to open the car we were surrounded again by guys wanting money-it ended up costing me 80 dollars for the 2 market guys and the guy watching the car. I understand they need to make money and I didn't realize i should have negotiated before they started following us, but I never asked for their help and I was pretty upset by the time I left. The next day I was walking around in Granada and found a lovely place called Tio Antonio that is a non-profit hammock factory and store-the hammocks are incredible-much nicer than the market and a third the price!!! This place is on Real Xalteva and is doing such great work-their focus is on mothers and children, education and health care and provides jobs and refuge for women and children in trouble. I purchased 3 gorgeous hammocks from them for less than what I paid for 1 at Masaya market!!!!! Please go there for hammocks, it is a fabulous non-profit organization and you can actually see the hammocks being made. The courtyard is lovely and the people running the place are so kind and helpful. Just a wonderful place to visit even if you don't want to buy a hammock!!!!