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Refrescados, Revividos y Revivos en Zih

by frostbite ⌂ @, Hamilton MT, Saturday, August 31, 2019, 22:09 (48 days ago) @ Talley Ho

Actually, yes.

It is good for future tourism, introducing people to a place where they haven't been before might bring them back.

Yes, they are gross polluters, but NIMBY-not here in this bay.

It's happening, there is nothing I can do about it, so I might as well look at the positive sides.

It's fun to paddle around those huge boats. They really ARE big!

And, we are getting a new pier out of it. It may not be exactly what YOU wanted in the way of a pier, but it is a pier none the less.

I'm ready for the attacks, at least I hope so!

I don't doubt that the occasional cruise ship passengers have fallen in love with the area and decide to return on their own. But, as has been mentioned here before, they are picked up at the pier and bussed to Ixtapa.

Some years ago, Alaska had to write a law forcing cruise ships to dump their waste several miles off shore, because they had been doing so while tied up at the piers. I doubt that such a law exists in Guerrero. While snorkeling in the bay, one day, I recall encountering about 3 feet of toilet paper floating by. Needless to say, I hurried home to take a shower.

I, too, prefer to look at the positives in the area, but cruise ships are not one of them.

I have no problem with a new pier; I just regret that a small, floating dock to make it easier to get on and off the pangas, does not appear to be included.

The above is intended as a response, not an attack.

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