Spring Break is a Break from classes, jobs, and Stress — But it isn’t a Break from common Sense! Come home feeling like it was the Best week of your life; keep these points in mind:
- USE THE BUDDY SYSTEM:
Hang out in groups and ALWAYS use the buddy system. Never allow a friend to leave a party alone. Always travel with a buddy in a taxi, bus, or public transportation. If you lose your buddy, ask a proper authority to escort you home.
- RESPECT YOUR HOTEL:
Inspect your hotel room upon check-in and report any damage immediately. Do not hang out on the balconies of the hotel after partying. Do not damage any hotel property, including your room. Do NOT remove your hotel wristband as they are used by security for guest identification and hotel access purposes.
Check with the hotel front desk for guidance on the cheapest, easiest, and most reliable transportation. Use only licensed taxis and limos, and negotiate the fare before entering hired vehicles. Always travel with a buddy.
- DRINK RESPONSIBLY:
Know your limit. Note the amount of drinks per hour you are consuming. Do NOT accept drinks from strangers. Do not carry open containers of alcohol in the street.
- DRINK WATER!:
Staying hydrated can keep you from get- ting sick, losing your voice, and prevents sun stroke.
- WEAR SUNSCREEN:
Returning home tanned is great, but coming home cancer-free is better. Use the lotion! Re-apply every three hours—the sun is most intense mid-day, the time when you’ll most likely be on the beach.
- WATER AND BEACH SAFETY:
Do NOT swim in the Gulf/Ocean at night. You’ll be swimming at your own risk if a lifeguard isn’t on duty. Follow all beach patrol warnings. Pay attention to flags or posted markers on the beach that are used to warn you about dangerous tides, harsh water conditions.
- HAVE FUN!:
This is your vacation and it should be stress free.
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