Morning market Dededo

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Michael L
Perth, Australia509 contributions
Oct 2019
Visited the Dededo-Dededo morning market on the 13th of October 2019. After reading reviews from other past travellers I woke up early at was at the grounds around 6am. Parking was available inside the complex but was almost full on arrival, there is also parking outside the main gates.
Besides and fruit and vegetable stands I noted sellers of fresh fish, plants, second hand good stores, food stalls mostly of SE Asian type foods and souvenir goods. By around 7am most of the stalls were assembled and selling. The Filipino bbq stores seemed very popular. TIP: Save cash by buying souvenir goods at this market place rather than actual souvenir stores. I saved over 50% on goods I took home with me.
Written 19 October 2019
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MissHK2009
Hong Kong, China3,753 contributions
May 2018 • Solo
One has to get up early for this morning flea because there are only 2 buses going there from the city centre, one around 6:20am one around 6:50 am as I vaguely recalled. I left my hotel at 6am and reached the bus stop in 5 mins.

A taxi driver was smart enough to come to pick up all the people waiting at the bus stop. Same price as bus (USD7 return ride).

The flea is so disappointing to me. Some cheap local fruits/veggie/clothings with some other stalls selling breakfast. There are also some BBQ stalls but I wonder who will eat BBQ for breakfast!?

I wanted to leave after 15 mins actually but too bad I had to wait until the taxi driver at the agreed time.

Not worth visiting. I should have stayed on my lovely bed!
Written 4 June 2018
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JoAnn T
Yigo, Mariana Islands21 contributions
Apr 2017 • Couples
It's a place where the locals go to buy some vegetables, fish, plants,odds and ends.
Tourists attractions on the weekends only.
People sale their stuff there like a swap meet as they call it in the UNITED STATES.
Written 12 April 2017
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jnniels0n
Dededo, Mariana Islands15 contributions
Jan 2017 • Solo
As a combination flea market and Farmers Market the morning Market is pretty average. Fruits and vegetables offered are only those that can be grown on this island.

I found an awful lot of vegetation that I was unfamiliar with; fruits such as jackfruit and taro.

My wife, however, was able to find two strapless bras for a total of $10.

Parking seemed to be the biggest problem there. The entrance from southbound Marine Corps Drive is used as an exit only during the busiest hours causing a traffic jam at the front gate.
Written 15 January 2017
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Cyan501
San Antonio, TX65 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
We went here on a Saturday morning and the reviews were right about coming early! Parking can be hard to find but the market has paid parking ($2) or if you dont mind walking.. just find vacant lots where locals also park which are not too far from where the market stalls are. This is an outdoor market (so be warned that it can be hot and tricky to navigate around) where locals sell their farm fresh local produce(local fruits &veggies), fresh seafood, clothes, plants and even household items in small makeshift stalls. There also some yummy foods on sale pretty much like those found at the Chamorro Village on Wednesdays. The stalls are pretty spread out and only take cash. This place kind of reminds me of market days at my old hometown palenque.. we got some sweet soursop, fresh soft tofu and Kris'BBQ (we liked their pork bbq at the Chamorro Village night) for breakfast! If we were to stay here on the island, I certainly would comeback on weekends for the fresh local veggies and yummy treats!
Written 2 September 2016
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Taylor V
175 contributions
Mar 2015 • Friends
The morning market is basically a junky flea market. There is some street food available and some people sell local fruits and vegetables. Most of the stalls are just selling random used stuff. If you are bored and want to walk around then go, but there are much better things to do in guam.
Written 6 December 2015
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texasaero
Warren, MI113 contributions
Jul 2013 • Family
You want high end shopping? You want 5 star service restaurants? Stay in Tumon. This is not for you!
You will find is cheap household goods, fresh fish, fresh local crab, fresh vegetables, fresh local fruit, and the best local breakfast food on the island. Show up at 6am or earlier to catch the best buys on food. This place is for the locals who are grocery shopping for the weekend. Tourist will certainly wonder why the bus stopped here. Unless that tourist is into cheap T shirts and sundresses.
My favorite places is the food truck parked against the main road (Marine Drive). Cup of Batchoy (noodle soup) and Arroz Caldo (rice soup) are the tastiest deals. There is also a mother and daughter vendor who sells the best chamorro empanada north of Hgatna. She also sells local live land crab for soup and oh so sweet Atis fruit. So you can't miss their spot with all the crabs hanging from the tent. For bbq pork sticks, go to the Guam Bakery parking lot across the street from the market. You'll see Kris' kitchen stand.
Parking after 6am is crazy. Plum crazy!
Written 25 July 2013
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Mr.Ashwell
Shiki, Japan306 contributions
Apr 2012 • Couples
For parking, when coming from Tumon Bay, turn right immediately before the market. Down this road on the right are parking spaces. They only cost $1. If you're coming from Nikko Hotel you'll probably arrive within 10 minutes of leaving your hotel.

The food is 'alright' if you're looking to try some of the local 'cuisine', but, to be honest, you're far better off going to Chamorro Village on Wednesday night if this is what you're after - the selection of food is larger there, and the quality is better.

Guam Bakery, which has its products sold in the supermarkets in Guam, is sitting slap bang in the middle of the market. The building's drab architecture does not reflect the quality of the baked goods inside. Don't be put off by the decor - the food is good in here.Many people seemed to buying something and then eating it on the steps outside.

Let's be very honest about the main purpose of the market - this is where the local people of Guam come, set out stalls, and attempt to flog any bit of tat they've uncovered in the depths of their attic. The market stalls, almost without exception, are selling stuff which is old, of little use and of little value. Don't visit here expecting to return to your hotel with something you couldn't resist buying. I even saw one guy, leaning against his car, with a load of burned CDs resting on the bonnet with the album title and artist scrawled onto them in magic marker!

Overall, not a great experience. The Chamorro people, however, are a very friendly bunch of people!
Written 3 June 2012
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