The palapas, the beach/lounge chairs.... and on the debate goes.
I realize it's easy to say this while I'm sitting in the chill of Toronto, but, doesn't this issue of reserving and possessing a lounge chair just require a bit of common courtesy and consideration of the other people that inhabit the island/resort?
Has it in fact gotten worse over the last year?
I know the concept of people taking the chairs to their 1st floor patios has been a constant thorn, to the point where a year ago there was one couple (room next to ours) that thought it was their right to actually bring the chairs UP to their 2nd floor room... gotta wonder about some folks' version of what is acceptable.
As for the palapas, I would imagine most resort goers are under the impression that it's up to the discretion of the resort as to how many and where the palapas go.
Evidently, that would be incorrect. Hopefully, it won't get to the point where the gov't says enough, get rid of 'em all.
That would be one warm stretch of beach...