A Conversation for How To Survive an Australian Beach
Rik Bailey Started conversation Nov 22, 2005
Rip tides can also be fairly narrow and so a couple meters away children could play save while your being dragged out to sea, so if you a good swimmer, don't swim towards the beech or the open sea but hed parrell (or how ever you spell it) to the shore till you feel the pull of the rip tide fade away then swim back to the beech.
Might come handy if you do some skinny dipping at night and their is noone around to see you raise your arm.
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