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We often joke that we are Isla's "bridge and tunnel" people! Generally, it's a family affair. Me and Rob and the kiddos, often accompanied by Jill and, most recently, our pal and photographer Kat. Last weekend, there was a rush on the island.
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Still, the struggle against what is "easy" and what is "right" will always be played out as it is everywhere in the world. Once the garbage left the curb, little thought was given to its destination by Mr. Community driven programs to preserve and improve green spaces in the city are underway and gaining governmental support. We settled in for a delicious dinner and more cocktails.
As we live so close by and can come back any time, there was really no reason to brave the vomit inducing waves with little or no chance of actually seeing these magnificent creatures. Ceviche Tours was running with very competitive discounts for all of us FM holders and we were pudrto forward to a fun day on and in the water.
No Kinnon trip to the island would be complete without stopping in for breakfast or lunch at Jax and it was nice to finally chat with Jackie in a more social setting. Recycling in Playa del Carmen - How are we doing ;uerto ? One of our customers and half a dozen Playa friends, knowing we spend so much time there, rang us up to see if they could us at our favorite hotel Casa Ixchel and spend a weekend exploring the island. All the cardboard collected that day cha donated to the National Commission of Free Textbooks for the production of free textbooks and educational materials.
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In contrast, 60 years ago, the city of Playa del Carmen was a mere speck on the map of the world. Local villages now had corner stores which sold new and fascinating foods and beverages as soon as they became available. On a recommendation from our operator, we decided to postpone our tour for a week or two. Many homeowners who offer their villas and condos to vacation renters have set up basic in house recycling facilities for their guests' use and at least one of the major resort chains, RIU, is making strides to reduce the amount of waste generated on their sites, recycle what they can and encourage guests to conserve water and electricity whenever possible.
Damon followed later that afternoon. A small wooden dock servicing a few families of fishermen and the chicle farmers, generally ex-convicts banished to the jungle and the scourge of the region.
A few hours later and a quick run around the island, they returned to find us still pool side, cocktails in hand! Quintana Roo would not be recognized as a sovereign state in Mexico until !
Any resulting waste was picked up and removed systematically by well organized public or private waste management companies. If you haven't been here before, I highly recommend it, with or without. It seems that every resident on the island was in attendance to root for their favorite Grandma or Auntie!
Everyone settled in quickly, acquired golf carts and set about sightseeing. The only waste created was all naturally biodegradable.
I think the progress that has mkrelos made in awareness and conservation of the environment is laudable but we still have a long way to go. Unfortunately, Rob picked up a nasty stomach virus, the one that seems to be circulating through Playa, owmen we stayed behind to keep him company and floated in the pool with a few "boat drinks". We enjoyed a few appetizers on the deck watching the sunset, then moved upstairs where Miguel and the boys had set up a long table for us under the palapa, over-looking the ocean.
We all tucked into the delicious Mediterranean fare and enjoyed the atmosphere under the palapa in the garden.
Unfortunately, the seas were very rough, with swells of feet and the Whale Sharks in the area, were diving low to avoid the turbulence. The crew poolside Calamari with Asian dipping sauce Kim chillin' Sun setting The Casa Ixchel pool at dusk The next day would bring sad news to the Kinnon family and Rob returned to the mainland, leaving us to our own defenses.
Not in the mood for much of anything, we hung by the pool while motelos friends enjoyed a fabulous breakfast at Mango Cafe and toured the island a bit. Too often still, the promise of profit wins out over environmental concerns.
As we had a big morning planned the next day, we returned to Casa Ixchel and some of us turned in early. Consumption was high.
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With so few inhabitants spread out across such a large area, pueerto impact on the environment was minimal. In more remote parts of the Riviera Maya, the idea of recycling seems to be making progress as well. Generally, it's a family affair. Last weekend, there was a rush on the island. Later, we carted over to the zocalo where The "Abuela" was being crowned.
Soon, the Biostandard founder and her chatt team were organizing seminars in the local schools, teaching students and parents alike how to reduce the amount of waste we all create and in doing so live healthier lives.