When my husband and I were making plans to holiday in Vietnam many people commented on how brave (Or crazy) we were since Vietnam is a third world country and we would be travelling with our six month old baby daughter. Local vendors are not allowed on the beach. You will find them selling their wares at specific gift huts at each resort. Items like leather and shell bracelets, canvas paintings, hand-painted silk sarongs, colourful cotton dresses, wooden sculptures, and more were paraded travel insurance for sale. Some items were well prices while others were expensive. Usually I like to haggle while shopping wherever I go, but in Cuba, I felt the people made so little money to begin with, I just bought things at the price told to me. If you love shopping, unfortunately your thrill will not be quenched here. There was just enough selection to pass perhaps thirty minutes browsing. What you saw was what there was. Still, it was nice to see the culture displayed in artistic wares.
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