We went to the market as part of an excursion on our Nat Hab trip to the Galapagos. We enjoyed the market but had 3 hours to kill when 90 minutes would have been more than enough. You certainly need to bargain even though prices are much cheaper than one is used to in the states since they will tell you a price 30-50% more than you end up paying. We found that the further we got from what looked to be the main street, the better the starting prices were but of course we had already finished buying gifts so i don't know if they would have ended up being cheaper. The central square area seemed to have some very good prices, nicer produts, and some silver and turqoise jewelry. You can only find a bathroom in a restaurant and you need to buy something to use it and even then, odds of paper are low so be prepared.
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