Saturday, June 07, 2014

Wild seas, red flags, official warnings, and still people go in the water

Yet again emergency services had to take risks, helicopters had to be scrambled, and peoples' lives were endangered in seas that common sense might have been expected to dictate should be left well alone. Red flags mean "don't go in the water". Aropol has now issued an official request for people to obey the official warnings not just from the Met Office but from the police as well. As always, emergency rescues required for those involved in incidents that they should not have been involved in are likely to be charged.

Fluent in Spanish and having spent 16 years on the island, Pamela Stocks has now been translating, researching and publishing information on customs and events in Tenerife for 25+ years. This takes a considerable amount of time and effort, for which she receives no payment whatsoever. If you find this work useful or interesting, please buy her a coffee. Buy Pamela Stocks a Coffee

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