These markets are pretty much the same as any large markets in Caribbean Islands, South and Central America, and this is where the essence of a country is found. I found it relatively easy to navigate, talk to stall holders and had no issues with pickpockets, a few people asked outright for money. I felt safe walking around alone.
I took heaps of photos (asking the stall owners if it was ok), the only ones were the fishermen out the back who wanted money for the task.
I ate at a Creole place along the left side heading towards the back, best curries and a nice sitting area above the stall, very friendly place and cheap, a curry and a soda was G$700 (US$3.50)
Like all busy areas wether it's the local markets or the local supermarket, have some common sense with your valuables.
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