This was a fairly interesting place to visit but would be better done with a whole crowd of people in my opinion. Free 'pick-up' and about 500ks per person entry.
Nice start with a dancing show, though there's nothing I loathe more than being dragged up to make a fool of myself - hence this trip is better done in a large group where you are more able to avoid this.
First style of living we were shown around needs investigation. Though in itself interesting, the young lady demonstrating the clothing worn and milling of flour surprisingly whipped out a necklace and managed to sell it to one of our small group at a HIDEOUSLY inflated price. Selling should be restricted to what is in the shop which you visit at the end - with no 'pressure' selling in there. Afterwards the buyer said she hadn't liked to refuse.
We had also been advised that 'tipping' could be done if we wanted to. The same young lady was acting like a begger, rubbing her tummy and pointing to her mouth - leaving us feeling obligated to tip. This all left a bad taste for the rest of the tour
All in all it was interesting enough and our guide was good, but it sadly seems to be suffering considerably from lack of funds, so I'm sorry to give it a rather negative review.
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