The Manila Market is now boarded up and closed for business. That means that for the first time in probably over a century, there is no market here on the peninsula. When Robin and I moved out here over 25 years ago, there were three markets two gas stations, two bars and probably less people than are out there now. (Around 2,000) So what gives? The Samoa Store was still viable and making money to the end of their lease. Bob's Manila Market was frequented by most in the early 90's. Manila Market had the most reliable clientele I think. But now we have nothing. Seems to me that this might be a good opportunity for someone.
Trinidad Fish Festival 2.0 2015 Version
Today was the annual Fathers Day Trinidad Fish Festival. Traditionally celebrated on Trinity Sunday, it was originally booked as an all you can eat Crab Fest...