By Emma Clements, The Globe and Mail, September 12, 2018 12:16:18When you’re looking for the best spot for a vacation, the best place to go for a good swim is the water, but not necessarily the best time to be in it.
So what’s the best beach for swimming?
As the tide turns in the summer months, the beach is often the most popular destination for a swim, but you’ll need to plan your trip around your time of year and your body.
Here are some tips to make sure you have a safe and fun time at the water.
At the beach, the ocean’s waves can be huge and unpredictable, so don’t expect to get swept away.
But you’ll have the best chance of a great swim at the beginning of the season, when the water’s calmest and waves are lowest.
If you’re feeling particularly lucky, a visit to the beach during the early months of the year is also a good time.
But as the season winds down, many beaches are starting to get crowded, so stay home in August and September.
If the sun is shining and you’re in a good mood, you can even take a dip at the ocean.
But remember, the sunburn from a hot sunburn can be dangerous, and wearing sunscreen is always recommended.
What do you need to know?
In the summer, a large beach is ideal for swimming, as it’s usually calm and has the freshest water available.
However, in the fall and winter, it’s best to take a leisurely stroll along the beach to enjoy the view.
For the best swimming experience, choose the best location for a pool.
If your pool is nearby, the shallowest pool will provide you with the best opportunities to catch some rays.
If it’s a large pool, you’ll want to make your own choice of which one to choose and plan your trips accordingly.
You can also consider whether to spend time on the beach or to a nearby beach.
A short walk is ideal, but if you’re coming to a city or a resort, consider whether the beach has enough facilities.
It’s best not to travel too far from your hotel or hostel, as they may not be as friendly to swimers.
A nearby park or a park with a designated water feature can be ideal.
Some pools are particularly popular during the summer as the beach becomes quieter, so a pool is often better than nothing.
If a pool isn’t nearby, but a nearby resort or hotel is, the easiest option is to rent a car.
If that’s not possible, or you don’t have access to a car, consider walking a few miles from your home or your hostel.
What to wear: A swimsuit is essential, especially if you plan to go on a long swim.
It can be difficult to see your clothes while swimming, so consider how you’ll feel wearing your swimsuit.
You may want to wear a swimsuit that covers the entire body, as this will give you the most comfortable fit and protect your skin from the sun.
Another consideration is whether you plan on wearing sunscreen.
Some resorts recommend using a filter, such as a cotton shirt or a mesh hood, so that the water stays clear and helps prevent sunburn.
You’ll also want to ensure that you don,t wear loose fitting swimwear.
For your protection, it can be important to wear gloves and a hat.
What NOT to wear?: Don’t wear sunscreen.
If, for any reason, you’re not able to wear sunscreen, or if you get sunburn while swimming (especially if you are alone), avoid the water for a while.
Don’t swim with someone with sunburn, and don’t swim in the shade.
If in doubt, ask a beach visitor.
If all else fails, try to avoid sun altogether.
What can you do: Be aware that beachgoers will be less likely to notice you if you don a swimwear and a face mask, and they will be more likely to take your temperature.
In addition, it is best to wear ear protection if you swim, as sunburn is more common in areas with fewer shade trees and other shade-loving vegetation.
You should also wear protective clothing, including a hat, a headband, a hat liner, a hood, a sunscreen and/or a mask.
If there’s a problem with your swimwear, contact your local police, which may have the local beach authority at your disposal to help you resolve the issue.
Also, consider the fact that some people can be uncomfortable when they swim.
They may feel the need to cover their faces and wear masks, and may even have skin reactions such as itching and irritation.