Isn't it sad?
We watched the same thing both last year and the year before at Mullet Bay Beach but in this case it was a combined effort of cruise ship guests off a tour bus and one of the much talked about party boats that pulled in. They had a great time (and I know this because the party boat dropped their cooler in the sand at the foot of my chaise lounge so that I couldn't even sit on the end to dry my feet...grrrr).
They whooped it up and did seem to enjoy all their libations as they savored our little piece of paradise but apparently they never heard of cleaning up after themselves. There were plastic drink cups left all over - it was really pretty disgusting and sad to see that those in charge allowed it to happen.
At least the last time we saw the party boat in November they did have a huge plastic bag with them and carted most of their debris off with them so I guess we're making headway.
And for those who knew her when, the beach at Mullet Bay would never have been allowed to look like that or be left in that condition by the powers that were in charge 'back in the day'.......