As I walked up to the Coco beach board walk to take a picture my wife noticed a younger girl, the ones that are selling those bird whistles around there, walk quietly right up behind me very close to my back pack. She was scared off and left.
Withing a minute of walking on Coco Beach board walk an older lady with a large brimmed hat and light skin with American accent approached my wife and started to talk in English as if she remembered us from somewhere. We said we didn't know her. After a few mintues she wanted to know if we were going to be at the party and she showed us some religious booklets. We said no and she left and re-joined her other friends hiding a little distance away.
A short while later we were approached from behind by a very darkly tanned man with American accent and sunglasses riding a bike. He was yelling in English only at us from behind and started to say something about if we were going to go somewhwere to some place later for a group part. I stopped him from talking more and said no. He was angry and cursed at us before leaving. Then I saw him ride his bike to another coupld sitting on the edge of the boardwalk.
This beach and street is a pure tourist trap and I wouldn't recommend it.