The 5 favorite games of the coast
We step on the sand and our playful spirit is ignited.
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When we go on holiday to the coast, we do things we would never think of doing the rest of the year. We are not talking about eating asado, churros and rabas from Monday to Sunday, but about the playful part that ignites when we step on the sand: beach games. Some because they are classic, others because of habit and others because they are not out of anything. These are the 5 favorite games of Argentines on the coast: 1) Yew Generations cross paths in this game that requires a bit of skill and a bit of strategy. The one who wears it can spend hours playing; the one who looks from the outside does nothing but die of envy. 2) Ball-pallet It doesn't matter if we didn't run or collectively all year, summer comes and we despair of our impromptu paddle-ball tournament. The biggest advantage of this game is that it's democratic: the gifted player plays and the one who doesn't hunt one. In the end, what matters is to compete. 3) Picadito The usual one, but different: on legs, improvised and with the clothes doing the times of arches. The sun goes down and more than one remains stepping on groups of unknown friends begging for one missing to join the other's snack. 4) Letters Chinchón, Escoba de 15, La casita robada: the game changes from family to family, but the cards are never missing on our beaches. However, we will have to choose a day with little wind so as not to run after a jack. 5) Generala We're all passionate about it, but for some reason we can't even think of playing it at home on any Sunday in October. It has to be on the coast and in summer. Many of the most intricate holiday fights arise because of this game.