Arrebato: Trouble in Paradise

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Tuesday, May 03, 2022, 17:49 (20 days ago) @ El Fantasma

While some of your complaints may be valid, some are not or minor at most. First off the water out of the faucet is really not suitable for drinking anywhere you stay there. Most travelers know this. Second, because of restrictions imposed by local government rules, no one was allowed to bring chairs or umbrellas to the beach. As for only having one key, also very common there. A little adventure to a local hardware store would have solved that. As for the heavily chained gates, security there comes in all forms, including cameras on the property. Others may appreciated it. Because some of your claims seem petty, I'm guessing some are also exaggerated.

I don't find the complaints exaggerated at all, and it's not the first time I've heard complaints about this property (which is one reason it's not listed here on my website). These are the same people who allegedly claim the scenic view of the Mirador de La Ropa, supposedly public land, as their personal garage, and apparently corrupt local governments let them get away with it. The name itself means an outburst or fit of rage, and comes from the same verb meaning to snatch something/one away from something/one. Very appropriate and revealing in a Freudian sense.

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