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[*] posted on 11-3-2017 at 04:12 PM


Quote: Originally posted by John M  
Near the palapas? Near the never to be finished restaurant? Someone had moved a good number of trailers just across the highway from the store some time ago. Perhaps it is these that have been moved seaside?

There is also a recently constructed building behind the market that we thought looked like a small motel. Staff said it was for employee housing.

A couple of years ago, inside what was a restaurant alongside the market, hung a professionally done artist concept of development across the highway from the market.

But first..........about the pavement????

John M


the never finished restaurant is the rooms....I was really hoping for the restaurant!
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