This was our third trip on Nov 3rd - 9th. We were not happy with the increase of bees. My wife got stung and had an allergic reaction. Numerous people complained about the bee juice to feed the bees because it only attracted hundreds more and the desk said it was a part of nature! In addition, the pool entertainment sucks without Chinos!!! We did go on steves boobs cruise and Chinos was there! Everyone was so happy to see him! This was the best boobs cruise ever!!! We did attend lingerie night and the "chinos" rules were not in place and all of the ladies were not comfortable because of the single guys that were there to gauck! Single guys came to the door not dressed and muscled there way in poking fun about the people attending which is not what this resort is about. I really hope the resort makes the necessary changes as we weren't the only to notice the diffence we plan on writing a letter to the owners of the resort as we went to the managers several times regarding the bee problem and were either pushed away or laughed off. Several people were stung and those with a serious allergic reaction could have had a massive problem. While we were there we saw a man do a back flip into the pool and hit his head on the island which caused him to bleed prefusely. it took the rescue worker 20 minutes to arrive and he sent a person to the victim's room to stitch him up! How sterile is that???? Imagine a person with epiclectic shock from a bee sting. Sorry to rant but it really pissed me off when I told the front desk the bees had a nest in the roof of the pool bar, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see them swarming and crawling into a hole in the thatch. A simple removal is all that's required instead I'm told it's nature. Well I live in florida and I guess if you swim in your pool and an alligator bites you I guess it's just nature.