A salesman wears a tower of hats in downtown Puerto Limón. The Carnavales de Limón drew to a close on Sunday, but street vendors continued to sell every kind of clothing, electronics, and decoration in the busy bazaar on Monday morning. Notable wares included hundreds of hand-made wooden chairs imported from Masaya, Nicaragua. Events included free concerts and a Saturday morning parade. Thick with tents and kiosks that spanned several blocks, the open-air market dominated the city’s landscape for nine straight days.
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