Photographer's Note

Bargaining is every day practice in Peru not only by tourists but also local people.
Rolls of bargaining:
1. Approach the seller in a polite but friendly manner.
2. Browse through the goods on offer.
3. When you spot something you like, first consider how much you'd be willing to
pay for it. Then ask how much it is. This is where the fun begins.
4. The seller's first reaction can be telling, so watch carefully. If he or she
thinks about the price for an unusually long time you'll probably receive an
unreasonable high starting price. In general an instant answer indicates a more
genuine price.
5. Either way, it's now up to you. Take into account what you were willing to pay
beforehand, the seller's pause and the price is given. If the price seems
reasonable, try offering something slightly lower, knocking off maybe 10 to 20%.
6. There's a good chance that the seemingly reasonable seller will accept your 10
to 20% offer and both parties will be happy.

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