The storm sewer project that caused major detours in Rincón de Guayabitos last season has finally been completed. The huge holes have been filled in and the roads are now covered with street pavers. The new drains that were installed are covered with nice heavy-duty steel grates, and the andadores (walkways to the beach) have been re-piped, re-leveled, resurfaced and reopened.
In short, the mess, detours and inconvenience we experienced last season are nothing but a fading memory. Everyone is being welcomed back to the peace and tranquility of our beloved Guayabitos… just in time for this year’s tourist season to begin.
Here are a few photos of those all-too-familiar constructions zones, now completed, back to normal and ready for the big rains.
And speaking of normal, this storm drain next to Los Cocos continues to be a headache, but is currently being repaired.
by David Thompson
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