For souvenirs it’s better to go to the small street markets that exist in all towns. Lots of interesting trade stands and souvenir shops are located close to major beaches; prices there are much more attractive than in large shopping centers.
You have to have a sufficient amount of cash, when going to the market, so it’s better to stock up notes of small face value. It is necessary to bargain in markets and private retail stores, as it certainly will reduce the price of an item and would be taken as an honor to local traditions. In large shopping centers, restaurants and petrol stations credit cards of all known international standards are accepted.
One of the main values for locals is their native language. They don’t take foreign languages seriously. Even if they are fluent in other languages, locals speak them as rare as hen’s teeth. Vacationers are advised to bring along the dictionary and learn several phrases in the local language.
Car rentals are available in all major cities; daily rental price for an economy class car is about 70 US dollars. Drivers should carefully observe traffic rules, violation of which would also carry substantial fines. It is prohibited to carry children under 12 years old on the front seat of the car.
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