We decided to meet up with friends in Puerto Mogan. Many years ago we holidayed there but this was only a day trip using public transport. The core of the resort around the the harbour is as lovely as ever. The vibrant colours of Bougainvillea draping over the walls in the pretty low rise streets is a joy. The marina area with bars, shops and restaurants is still a great spot to pleasantly while away the time. Traditional colourful boats in the working harbour are are few and far between nowadays, which is a pity. In addition there is a small interesting archaeological site nearby.
The resort has retained much of it's original charm. However the additional developments and large hotels are not contributing positively. The beach is small and with the addition of day trippers it can be too crowded. It was an example of excellent resort planning in the past but danger and destruction loom with the threat of further building in proximity. Developers take note:don't kill the golden goose!
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