And just in case, you better also learn how to walk in high heels.

Comments

  1. #1 Ritchie Annand
    September 30, 2008

    Haggling is hard. I mean, it’s a little easier, when you’re overseas, to know that not haggling can screw things over a little bit for other tourists and sometimes other locals. I would have haggled more in Africa (I did… okay), but without knowing how horrid the markup is, I’d often rather just not buy.

    As for high heels, Greg, the knowledge is great, but I’m pretty sure that wearing them during haggling could interfere with the bargaining process for some of us ;)

  2. #2 credit repair
    March 9, 2011

    Haggling is hard. I mean, it’s a little easier, when you’re overseas, to know that not haggling can screw things over a little bit for other tourists and sometimes other locals. I would have haggled more in Africa (I did… okay), but without knowing how horrid the markup is, I’d often rather just not buy.