Travelling to Chichicastenango market in Guatemala, we were well-prepared to weave through crowds of tourists, bartering over mere centavos for the weird and wonderful produce of one of the busiest and largest crafts markets in the world. Despite being well-informed, we were blown away by the size of it, appearing to be a city in itself. Hundreds of make-shift stalls are connected through winding alleys spreading to eternity, with ornate weavings hanging from wires criss-crossing overhead and everywhere you look you’re overwhelmed by colour and creativity. Young boys zoom past the buyers, meandering from kiosk to kiosk, swapping change and product with each other for the buyer who has taken interest in their propped-up stall of goodies. You could honestly spend hours investigating everything on offer here and not even cover half of the market.