Discussion in 'Cancun Forum' started by Razor, Sep 12, 2018.
I was just there last week. Do your own research & you'll see.
Playa Del Carmen was even worse.
@Razor , thanks for your posts on this topic. In our experience, they do a pretty good job on seaweed cleanup and have effective surf rake, 'harvester' beach cleaning machines they pull behind a tractor. It's a stinky job. Wondering what they do with all that seaweed?... could be useful biofuel and/or livestock chow?
@MandEOntario , Just saw where a guy in the area is using it to make 'adobe-like' bricks and recently built a house with them.
Interesting idea about biofuel! Seems like it would be ideal for that......not that I am terribly knowledgeable about that subject though.
We’ve seen them bury it.
We are hete at the resprt now amd there is very little seaweed.
I've never once seen seaweed in the Sexy Pool!
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Just got in from the beach, its not too bad at all. They have been raking the beach a few times day. We went out to our waists in the water and seaweed wasnt a issue.
Wrongo… I liked it. Ruined your streak, too.
With all respect, have you ever been to TTR? If so, I would think you would know that the beach is about .001% of what is TTR. We really wouldn't care if there were dinosaurs out there.