Contrasted with the simple surroundings for lunch is the restaurant we ate at that evening. It is LeGazpi, one of the three "evening" restaurants at Las Hadas. It is considered to be the "gourmet" restaurant amongst the group. And, indeed, the food is very good and all the meals are a la carte. Typical of one meal for me was an appetizer of pate, lobster bisque and ravioli stuffed with goat cheese. Other meals were filet mignon (very good) and grilled salmon. My only complaint with the restaurant was that of about 30 tables only four were set aside for non-smokers. One night we were unable to get in the non-smoking section. There were several smokers around us - not many, actually - but it was amazing how we could smell the cigarettes. Even at the swimming pool we could pick up the smell of smokers 20 yards away. I think we are so used to living in a smoke-free existence that the smell of cigarettes is so abnormal to us as to cause an over-reaction in our olfactory senses. I never would have thought that I would notice cigarettes outside but we certainly did and others commented on the same thing. The smokers were certainly entitled to smoke where they did and I do not begrudge them. But it was a bit of a cultural shock for us. And these were not Mexicans who were smoking, it was Canadians. You would think they would have the sense not to do so in an enclosed restaurant.