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All reviews fruits and vegetables for sale selling fruit freshest produce long row we enjoyed walking walking tour great pictures queen emma bridge unique experience stalls venezuela boats sellers papaya wares stallholders
There were about 10-12 boats at the market when we went (on a Sunday). Lots of fruit & some produce all at super low prices. They accept both dollars and guilders. No fish when we went, but they said “red snapper tomorrow”.
A long row of stalls all backing on to Smallish fishing boats fresh from Venezuela.
They sell fresh fruit and vegetables and also fish.
Cars cruise slowly past the stalls with their window down and buy direct from the stallholders.
The political situatio in Venezuela...More
I have no idea what this building is/was but it is like you are in the outer concourse of a baseball field and you just walk in a circle. Maybe it is?? Lots of local unmarked bottles of liquid if you are game. Beauty supplies,...More
We were here in March, and REALLY looking forward to seeing the floating market, but Venezuela had put in place restrictions from produce being transported to Curacao (their main source of fresh food) in January 2018. They hope to get more local providers committed to...More
Apparently the vendors come from Venezuela by boat with produce and other wares.They no longer sell directly from their boats. They tie up behind stalls on shore now. The produce offered is a bit fresher and more varied than what we found in the grocery...More
We were here early in the morning, so there weren't so many tourists yet and we had time to wander around and take some nice photos(especially from the Bridge behind stalls). Many of the vendors are from Venezuela, so they speak mostly/only Spanish. Fruits were...More