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Colombian textile industry is widely recognized and reputable in South America and Europe. Clothing (including underwear) – has high quality and affordable prices. Leather clothing, shoes and accessories are also of interest to foreigners. The best place to shop is the city of Medellín, known as the fashion capital of Colombia, where you can buy very high quality goods at very low prices.
Shopping on the island of San Andres (duty free zone): perfumes, electronics and elite alcoholic beverages; in Cartagena: ritual masks, musical instruments, clay products, miniature shiva buses; in Cartagena and Bogota: gold and silver jewelry with emeralds, high-quality textile products, aromatic Colombian coffee (“Oma” and “Juan Valdez”). Continue reading
Kenyan products are as diverse and unique as Kenya itself. Here you will find traditional handicrafts, excellent weaving, amazing wood and bone carvings, fantastic fabrics and jewelry, as well as musical instruments.
In the capital of Kenya, it is very profitable to buy precious stones, especially malachite, tanzanite, blue agate and blue diamond. Shops usually operate from 8:30 to 12:30 and from 14:00 to 17:00 from Monday to Friday. On Saturdays from 8:30 to 12:30. Many stores focused on foreign tourists work without lunch until 19: 00-20: 00.
Do not hesitate to bargain – this is common practice. Continue reading
On the Cayman Islands – the mass of Duty free shops, where literally everything is sold, from fine emeralds to Cuban cigars and modern electronics. There are many tourist shops where you can buy T-shirts, hats, postcards and more.
WHERE TO STAY
Holidays in the Cayman Islands – the pleasure is quite expensive. A day at a 5 * hotel will cost an average of $ 300 or more, 4 * hotels ask for their services from $ 200 per night, a stay of 2-3 * will cost about $ 100 per day.
At the same time, outside the tourist season, the price level is reduced by 20-25%, while at the height of the season (December – April) prices for hotel accommodation increase by 50% or more. Continue reading