locals from Punta Negra travel back and forth on a fairly
regular basis, but without a set time schedule. Of course
one might ask, why should they have one, for there is only
a local population of less than forty people total living
in Punta Negra.
they are a changing and schedules though may be in the forecast
for Punta Negra. Word from a local environmental group has
it that "some company from the US bought some land from
the Garifuna and they want to build a golf course in that
area". As has been effectively proven from the northern
Yucatan of Mexico to the village in Placencia, development
of highly valuable beach properties seemingly always finds
it's way to paradise. All said, whether it's good or bad in
your frame of mind, 'life's a beach' and eventually developers
will also make their way to the beaches south of Monkey River,
north of Punta Negra.