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Any usefull tips avoiding slippery floors ?

Asked by: 19th March 2014

How is the safest way to exit swimming pools/baths/showers when visiting lanzarote.D’ont want to carry a bath mat when travelling.Hate crawling on my hands and knees to avoid falling a*se over t*t. lol

 


10 Answers



  1. Tom Iles on Mar 20, 2014

    David. I normally ask my butler to walk in front with a squeegee mop.



  2. dave love on Mar 20, 2014

    David, my tip is to avoid swimming, bathing, or showering then you should not have a problem or if you do need to do any of these whilst on holiday why not book a room at this place for 2 weeks

    Hospital General de Lanzarote
    Carretera San Bartolomé Arrecife
    +34 928 80 70 50

    and don’t forget your ehic card otherwise it will cost you a lot more than a normal hotel



  3. david charles hind on Mar 20, 2014

    Thanks lads,decided to bring forward my xmas day bath before flying to lanza and pack my LYNX excite deodorant bodyspray for emergency use.Though a doggy style shower may be possible when sober.SORTED!!! lol



  4. Wendy Middleton on Mar 20, 2014

    David – you can manage fall a*se over t*t (as you say) when not on a slippery floor 🙂

    Think we’d all best avoid CT when David is there – a smelly Karaokist who lost his teeth on the beach does nothing for the resort’s tourist trade.

    Sorry David – couldn’t resist 🙂 Just hope I don’t bump into you next time we’re at GP ……..



  5. david charles hind on Mar 20, 2014

    Hi,Wendy,think i do my comments on this page so they are helpfull for new visitors to this wonderfull island.Slippery floors,abrasive lava,hidden holes to fall down,and very important,don’t forget to pack your poligrip dental fixative lol



    • Wendy Middleton on Mar 21, 2014

      On a serious note, my husband did slip on the rocks on the Jabillo Beach and dislocate his shoulder. Easy done.

      Lots of pools have ‘non slippery’ surfaces surrounding them though don’t they? It was so easy to slip, especially if you were running round and jumping in. You could still slip now, but not as easily as in the ‘old days’.

      Not a lot you can do to make the rocks ‘non slippery’ though is there?



  6. Kevin Burton on Mar 22, 2014

    Would strongly recommend that people avoid walking on the breakwater rocks on Jabillo beach as someone did this whilst we were there in February and drowned. Very safe for swimming but the breakwater is very treacherous .



  7. Barry Dunne on Mar 24, 2014

    LOL at David, he will be asking us next how to avoid getting sand in our swimsuit while Sunbathing on the beach lol



  8. david charles hind on Mar 24, 2014

    No problem for me barry,only wear a thong(large ).no sand problem lol



  9. Barry Dunne on Mar 24, 2014

    I picture you on the naturist beach with just your hat, hopefully not on your head lol