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Albert Bush wrote a review Feb 2021
Curaçao2 contributions
Most of the pictures show the old location of the market, which was dark and difficult to move around in, with very limited space. now this market is located just across the road from the old place, in a large well lit room with many more stalls and a much better range of goods. With all the social distancing and health rules this is now a much better place where they care about your well-being
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Date of experience: February 2021
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krawner wrote a review Mar 2020
Chicago, Illinois837 contributions632 helpful votes
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On Tuesdays at the BCP, this market is geared toward the growing expat community in Boquete. Sells lots of fresh produce (papayas, kale, carrots) and cooked / baked goods also ( cornmeal cakes, breads, chocolates, goat cheese). Sells used books in English and local artesan crafts (woven cloths, keychains, clothing). Priced more than a market for locals. A social gathering place for the gringos. Worth checking out briefly if you are in town in Tuesday. Pick up a snack here and possibly a souvenir.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Heidi Y wrote a review Sep 2019
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I stayed in Boquete for a few days and was able to go to the Market. If you've been to other cities in S. America, it's also called a "feria" where I live. (Ecuador) I bought a bracelet and some cheese and also sauteed mushrooms, and dumplings w/ saurkraut in them. There's all kinds of alpaca blankets and indigineous articles.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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sambieni wrote a review Jul 2019
Los Angeles, California80 contributions68 helpful votes
It’s fine. You can get some nice cheeses, fruits/veggies and a few other custom goods. It’s nothing special if you’re accustomed to typical Latin market days. Even my little ones were underwhelmed. It’s definitely focused on the expat retirees catching up and socializing. But again if you want good baked goods and veggies and other artisan foods in Boquete it’s all in one spot.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Coachkorea wrote a review Jul 2019
Seoul, Korea56 contributions11 helpful votes
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A wide variety of food, crafts, Peruvian alpaca items and more. Bought some coffee, homemade hummus,pastries,sandwiches, chocolate, mangosteens, guacamole, and gluten free desserts.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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