Ask the Crew at the Towel Hut (VIDEO)
Aloha! A few readers have been asking me to do more videos, and since I was just in Hawaii with an incredible backdrop, I decided today was the right time to do my first video travel tip! Let me know what you think. If you don’t like it, I won’t do any more—and if you do, there will be more on the way.
If you’re going for a swim in the ocean, don’t bring your valuables to the beach. If you must bring them, either ask a beachgoer you can trust to watch them, leave them with the crew at the towel hut/stand or wrap your wallet, phone, passport, etc. in a plastic bag and discreetly bury the whole thing in the sand below your towel.
FYI: The spectacular beach above can be found at The Royal Hawaiian in Waikiki.
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