Unfortunately the day we went it seemed most of the annual rainfall for the area decided to deposit itself'
I can imagine that when the sun is out it would be a beautiful place to spent lots of time.
We wandered the town and then into the market area where it was pleasant to wander and not to be hassled by stall / shop owners.
The wood carving and items for sale were not particularly expensive and of course haggling is a must.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink (coffee or mint tea etc)
Shame it was wet when we went but I would recommend a visit if you are in the areaMore