You are right Suzanne, we'll trim the bushes a little bit so you can fully enjoy the view, which is unique!. The town is 12 minutes away, it can be a hike for many that aren't accustomed to walk or it can be very close for many who enjoy walking. Actually, that's one of Punta del Diablo's spirit, walking is the way to connect with the sorrounding nature and with the place itself. Although you are able to get there and drive around by car, Punta del Diablo isnt a place for cars, and it is the way to preserve its native sorroundings. Cars get inside the dunes though it is forbidden, motorbike races are held around the dunes though it is also forbidden. People can be very destructive if they dont come to realise that having and enjoying a paradise as Punta del Diablo it is a matter of respecting the nature that it has and that's what makes it a unique place. We have a spare bike and we'll leave it there for further accomodation. Wifi is connected in Duna, our other house, that's may be why the signal was better near to it, we'll deal with that, guaranteed. As for the creosote odor, it wasnt creosote, we had the house painted inside with a NON TOXIC product for maintainance a few days ago so you probably felt it. Sorry about that but it will be gone in no time if it isnt already gone. It is worth mentioning that when we received back the house we found all the remaining trash gathered inside, weren't you bothered by that smell? It is important to throw the trash in its proper place which is conveniently placed near the cabin on the road. One last thing, El Chingolo is suppossed to be rustic, that's how we and most of the people that have enjoyed it like it, that doesnt mean it doesnt have everything required to have delightful accomodation, we have been accomodating guests for 12 years now and believe me, our aim has always been to make them live good unforgetable moments, we truly have always worked hard for that, we care about our guests and their needs.