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#1 Soon To Be Mrs. Gomez

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    Posted 09 July 2008 - 06:58 PM

    I have traveled to Cabo before and I had a very bad experience while snorkleing due to the strong undertows and no one warned me prior to the trip, not even the vendors. I'm super nervous about getting into the water in Cabo now and almost all of my guests have never traveled to Cabo and are unfamilar with the strong undertows so I would like to post on my wedding website about this. How would I write this out or do you have any other suggestions on informing guests about the dangerous beach areas?

    #2 Davematthews16

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      Posted 09 July 2008 - 07:12 PM

      Well, you don't want to scare them so maybe you could word it something like this: Please be aware of your surroundings, and sudden strong under-toes. Don't drink and swim, and don't swim alone. Maybe you could kind of make it into a "cute warning" if that makes sense??

      #3 sassybride

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        Posted 09 July 2008 - 08:37 PM

        I woudl just tell them. There is a strong under tow in cabo and it is not recommended to swim!
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        (Reception at the Westin Los Cabos)55 Guests attending

        #4 sassybride

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          Posted 09 July 2008 - 08:37 PM

          I woudl just tell them. There is a strong under tow in cabo and it is not recommended to swim!
          Staying at...RIU PALACE LOS CABOS
          22.10.2008

          (Reception at the Westin Los Cabos)55 Guests attending

          #5 jmill130

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            Posted 09 July 2008 - 08:57 PM

            You can talk about Dreams... you can't swim in the ocean there... that leads into it! Hope this helps!

            #6 kerryjbrown

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              Posted 10 July 2008 - 12:32 AM

              It would depend on where your wedding is. You may want to recommend the beach clubs and beaches like Santa Maria that are swimming friendly. The beaches that have poor undertoes (like at the Hacienda and the pacific side) have signs and flags usually to warn guests.




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