As there were not many residences and neighborhoods on King Island, the main selling points of the island were its tourism industry and seafood markets. The abalone market was located along a very conspicuous middle section of a road.
They set off in the morning and arrived at the market when it was already close to noon.
Because this was the time of day when the scorching hot sun was high in the sky, there were not many people at the market. There were a few stalls that had been casually set up by the side of the road. The sellers used sunshades to shelter the stalls from the sun and stored their seafood inside styrofoam boxes filled with ice.
Li Du had inquired about the market beforehand. Since there was no charge for setting up stalls, all he needed to do was find an empty spot and lay out his wares.
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