Okay so I guess it is also your Spanish lesson (see below). The Guayabitos Plaza renovations are just about complete.
On Saturday they were working away on the gazebo.
It looks like a three column decorative element will grace the north entrance:
The bathrooms still not complete but looking lovely:
The new sidewalk looks great:
I fist encountered the phrase “Ya merito?” in the first Shrek movie as the Burrow drives Fiona and Shrek crazy with his constant chatter and asking “Are we there yet?”. Hence the plaza is “ya mero”.
My dictionary says:
Ya mero/ya merito – not quite yet – but as a question it also takes on the above meaning
mero – grouper (the fish)
mero – pure, simple, mere
I have also heard the most high (folks) referred to as the “los mero meros” so sometimes the local usage means – ultimate.