All the action was by pool #1 where there was a beach side bar, showers for those coming out of the ocean, and a beach volleyball court.
After lining up all the beautiful people (read young), the beach Olympics got under way.
There were several different competitions all designed to get people sweaty and full of sand.
This hat vendor was more intent on inspecting the bikinis than selling his wares.
A platoon of fully armed soldiers marched by. A military and police presence is supposed to make us all feel safer. It felt like we were in the USA.
Boogie boarding was quite popular but was really a hit on the last few days we were there when the surf was pounding in very hard and very high.
Sailboats of various shapes and sizes were out in full force on the windy days.
This one got marooned at low tide.
Just another colourful day at the beach.