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Old 26 Jul 2007, 02:29 am
Moci Arane
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Default GUIDE TO SURFING IN AUSTRALIA

Be Safe in the Surf

Australian beaches are magic - they're clean and big and free ... but
they can also be very dangerous. Here are some basic precautions to
help you enjoy your time at the beach:

Do:
· Swim on patrolled beaches, between the red and yellow flags
· Comply with the directions of lifesavers
· Watch children constantly when they're in the water
· Take plenty of fresh drinking water to the beach
· Protect yourself from the sun
· Remain calm; if you get into trouble in the water, don't panic.
Raise your arm for help, float and wait for assistance
· Float with a current or undertow. Stay calm. Signal for help and
wait for assistance.

http://full-travel-review.blogspot.com/

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Old 26 Jul 2007, 12:02 pm
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"Moci Arane" <lintahkenanga@gmail.com> wrote

IFYPFY!

Be Safe in the Surf

Australian beaches are magic - they're clean and big and free ... but
they can also be very dangerous. Here are some basic precautions to
help you enjoy your time at the beach:

Do:
· Swim on patrolled beaches, between the red and yellow flags.
· When stung by box jellyfish, remain calm while you go into
convulsions. The lifegaurd probably has the antidote.
· If you find yourself in the jaws of a shark, punch it the
nose repeatedly until it lets go.
· If you find yourself in the jaws of a salt water crocodile,
gouging its eyes out is your only option. How long can you
hold your breath?
· Floating with the undertow is stupid. Swim perpendicular to
it and you'll spend less time in the shark infested waters.
· If the water isn't fenced in to protect you from sharks, box
jelly fish, salt water crocodiles, and the rip currents that
feed you to them, you're a ****ing idiot for being in the
water in the first place.

G'day!

--Tedward

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Old 28 Jul 2007, 09:07 am
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On Jul 26, 12:02 pm, "Edward M. Kennedy" <do...@wox.com> wrote:
> "Moci Arane" <lintahkena...@gmail.com> wrote
>
> IFYPFY!
>
> Be Safe in the Surf
>
> Australian beaches are magic - they're clean and big and free ... but
> they can also be very dangerous. Here are some basic precautions to
> help you enjoy your time at the beach:
>
> Do:
> · Swim on patrolled beaches, between the red and yellow flags.
> · When stung by box jellyfish, remain calm while you go into
> convulsions. The lifegaurd probably has the antidote.
> · If you find yourself in the jaws of a shark, punch it the
> nose repeatedly until it lets go.
> · If you find yourself in the jaws of a salt water crocodile,
> gouging its eyes out is your only option. How long can you
> hold your breath?
> · Floating with the undertow is stupid. Swim perpendicular to
> it and you'll spend less time in the shark infested waters.
> · If the water isn't fenced in to protect you from sharks, box
> jelly fish, salt water crocodiles, and the rip currents that
> feed you to them, you're a ****ing idiot for being in the
> water in the first place.
>
> G'day!
>
> --Tedward


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Old 30 Jul 2007, 12:07 pm
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"Moci Arane" <lintahkenanga@gmail.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
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Be Safe in the Surf

Australian beaches are magic - they're clean and big and free ... but
they can also be very dangerous. Here are some basic precautions to
help you enjoy your time at the beach:

Do:
· Swim on patrolled beaches, between the red and yellow flags
· Comply with the directions of lifesavers
· Watch children constantly when they're in the water
· Take plenty of fresh drinking water to the beach
· Protect yourself from the sun
· Remain calm; if you get into trouble in the water, don't panic.
Raise your arm for help, float and wait for assistance
· Float with a current or undertow. Stay calm. Signal for help and
wait for assistance.

http://full-travel-review.blogspot.com/

================================================== =====
In Australia, you can also do some "Hard Surfing" here :

http://www.a-reny.com/imagesaustralie/aus01.html


--
Allen Reny
http://www.a-reny.com



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