As someone that loves a great yard sale in the Spring, I can totally relate to the saying “one lads junk is another ones treasure.” In the case of the shoreline and streets here, the volume of junk on display is almost unbearable.
I won’t belabour my point except to mention that I chose this destination for a couple of reasons and access to the four kilometer “Bridge To Nowhere” that’s attached to the resort was something I thought would complement my stay nicely. I was wrong. Strewn with garbage and the smell of skunk I turned around and never returned.
I understand that the culture here is different than it is in Canada and I fully understand that this is a third work country... but for the sake of the marine ecosystem, clean up the freakin' junk!
Worse yet? I originally took this photo because I thought there may be a story as to how long it had been there as well as how the ship originally wrecked. There’s a story there alright. There’s someone living on it!
|CONDO FOR ONE... Samana style!|
TAKEN: APRIL 9th, 2015
I couldn't believe my eyes. I wanted to suggest to him that he needed to find himself a Realtor and upgrade but I didn't want to get his hopes up. You see, his current home doesn't have much curb appeal.
Maybe I should suggest a couple (50) dozen garbage bags and a gaggle of shovels to start?