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I did not know this rule, snapped a picture of a water seller, and loped off to see some other oddity. The water seller hounded me, and when I wouldn't give him anything, he began hounding my three fellow traveling companions. He eventually gave up, and I began taking pictures on the sly.
Along with the throng of people on foot, one could also take a carriage ride just like in old Williamsburg. There were perhaps twenty-five to fifty horse-drawn carriages waiting to be used standing at the entrance to this historic tourist area.
I was thankful we had spent the bulk of our day up in the mountains. Although there were silly souvenirs along the road as we were ascending the mountains, they didn't seem nearly so overwhelming as at the square.
I don't think I'll be wandering around in the traditional pointy shoes....they slip on and off, and I fear we are headed for the rainy season, therefore, boots might be a wiser choice.
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