Sunday, June 3, 2012

Tybee island, ga

Savannah's beach:
You'd think with all the money unincorporated tybee island makes from parking, they'd give beach goers more than one port-a-potty to use as a restroom. Everyone just uses the ocean.

A good indicator of the worth of the beach is the cost of food. You can expect to pay about 3 times with things are worth. Soda which normally cost a dollar cost 2.75

the docks are usually in bad repair so be mindful when walking across those wooden 'bridges' to the beach, as a nail head could be slightly sticking up. I knew a friend who cut her foot horribly on one and have to go to the nearby lifegaurd-medical center where I believe they called an ambulance, as she didn't want to get stiches on the spot.

You can't  order drinks before 1230 on sunday

I've never seen a life gaurd, though there are multiple stations for them.

There's also multiple official assholes in gas powered golf carts, loudly putzing up and down the beach trying to catch offenders as to generate more profit for the city.

No dogs allowed.

Some small waves.

The common jellyfish here doesn't sting which makes it great to pick up and terrorize those who don't know that.

Hilton head is a better maintained island, though you can't drink on the beach, you can bring your dog.

There are also less well known beaches in savannah but I don't think I want to spoil it for us locals.