I wonder what demographics they used when deciding to build those shopping malls. I would think they would have to be supported by locals and not depend on tourists to keep them afloat. Tourists don't tend to do a lot of mall shopping when on vacation for a short period of time. They bring most of what they need with them for a week or 2 week stay. The exception would be restaurants and grocery stores. If the stores are not addressing the concerns and needs of local shoppers, they will be in trouble. I have seen that in other tourist places as well. Lots of empty shops. I know we have never bought clothing, shoes or sports gear there except for T-shirts with Aruba on them. We have seen 3 movies there in our 19 trips. We have bought a watch and a ring in that time period. We do use the grocery stores and restaurants a lot but that is about it. Are the rest of you guys like us or are we weird?