The fish vandal must be in bungalow G. The reason is that only D and G are touched by an odd number of pathways. Because the vandal walked each pathway exactly once, he couldn¿t have ended up in any of the bungalows with an even number of pathways. Each time he visited one of these bungalows, he had to use one pathway to enter and another to leave. The criminal¿s starting and ending points therefore had to be the bungalows with an odd number of pathways. The vandal entered the resort from the lagoon side, so he must have first visited bungalow D and then made his way to G.