I really like this craft market. Generally, venders are polite and avoid being pushy. They will greet you as you walk by their shop and invite you to look, but they will not hound you as some venders do in other parts of the world. There are a variety of products available. Expect to pay a small fee to use the restroom. You'll need to ask a vender to locate the staff person with the key. There is an ATM machine on site. You can find a small place to purchase soft drinks or coffee, but to date there is not a restaurant. Expect to negotiate with every vender. Its part of the fun. Be polite and have fun. You'll get better prices from venders who like you. Its best to purchase with the local currency (Quatzales) but most venders will take US dollars. If you use dollars you'll need clean, unmarked, un-torn bills. Avoid $1 because venders have a difficult exchanging them at the bank. There is another market next door outside the area of the Artisan Market. You should probably avoid going deep inside that area alone.
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