Overbearing rude natives, just come up and fasten jewelry onto you while you're telling them no and then expect you to pay them after telling you "It's my job, it's free, it's part of how we welcome you to the island". I told them I wouldn't pay for it because I didn't want it and they jerk your hand and unfasten it and walk off. The place stinks, looks run down and not well maintained. One lady in the straw market yelled at me because I didn't buy her coasters and told me I insulted her and to get back on the ship! (I purchased plenty of nice things but coasters wasn't something I wanted). Jewelry store after jewelry store at this port and they are all crooks. Read the reviews and don't waste your time with the personal shopper on the boat. I've read hundreds of reviews on ripoffreport, better business bureau, and trip advisor where people got conned and their items didn't appraise well at all when they got back to the states, also many said they were told their item was gold and it ended up being sterling silver. I did look at a pair of tanzanite studs. They dropped the price several hundreds of dollars in an instant. I still told them I wasn't paying that for earrings and suddenly they could shave a few more hundred dollars off because they really wanted me to have them??, then when i started to walk out they asked how much could i afford, and they would work with my budget. Way too eager to drop the prices and practically run you down to sell this stuff. Please read the reviews before buying expensive jewelry outside of US just because the "tax free" sounds appealing!