They play rackets, drink beers, get tanned and flirt. Sometimes they get into the water to wash off the sand, freshen up or sober up.. On tables or under them in deafening music that imposes silence or screams and continuous movement. On the beach of the youth fun never stops. Older people go to another quieter beach. When they get […]
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