5 Tips To Haggle Like a Pro Abroad
One of the most intimidating parts of going to a market in a foreign country, especially one where you don’t speak the language, is the fear of getting swindled by a crafty merchant — no one wants to vastly overpay for a worthless trinket. If you’re not used to haggling for goods at home, browsing a market can be quite disorienting. It may seem like everyone’s out to scam you or take advantage of you because you’re a foreigner, but the truth is that haggling is simply expected in many parts of the world. Here are a few rules to remember for you to get a good deal abroad.