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Water safety is always a biggie. The most dangerous time for riptides (and apparently stingray stings) is the two hours before and after low tide. Tide Charts are available in the free “Dominical Days” magazine. Swim between the flags when the lifeguards are on duty from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. (to help the Lifeguard Program out with a donation see Mike Witte at Roco Verde Hotel and Restaurant).

Party sensibly. Don’t tempt petty theft by leaving stuff lying around or even in locked cars. Take extra care of your belongings if you’re camping. The local tourist police can be reached at 2787-0369 or 8324-2647.


By Dallas
Bachelor of Health Sciences & Psychology, TEFL Graduate, worked as an adventure tour photographer, travel writer, Voxy blogger, Chamber of Commerce...
10 Dec 2008

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