• From cellphones to sugarcane, toys to tamales, beauty salons to baked goods, and everything in between, this market has it all. Though your first impression may be one of overwhelming chaos, there’s a method to the madness; as in most markets, wet goods (food, flowers, etc.) and dry goods (home products, clothing, etc.) are kept separate, and similar products tend to be clustered around the same spot.

Photography by Marcela Taboada

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