The primary activity here is strolling around looking for deals on hammocks crafted by artisans who have dedicated their lives to the art form. But you'll have an even better time if you can get a peek behind the scenes. I can't guarantee it will happen, but if you call Spanish-speaking hammock artisan Missal Goldames (tel. 503/2331-2001) in advance, he might just give you a tour around town. You can also stop by his shop along the main road, 1 block short of the square on the right.
If you don't see any hammocks you like along the main street, ask someone for otras tiendas de hamaca and, if you're lucky, they will point you to a friend's house where some are for sale.
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