Oceans around the world have different temperatures, and thus the experience of them is slightly different.
Can you tell me what it is like to swim in the beach in Qatar?
Are the waters so freezing in comparison to the extreme high land temperatures that it is hard to bring yourself to enter?
Are they merely a cool change and your body can quickly adapt?
Or are the waters affected by the high land temperatures and is similar to getting into a lukewarm bath and does not provide much of a refreshing change at all?
Also, what is the sand like? I know I can easily burn the soles of my feet if I walk on sand that has been in direct sunlight at 40 degrees C. But I wonder how anyone would be able to walk on it in 45 degree heat, or do different sand types conduct heat differently?
I will leave you with a link to some beautiful yet different beaches.
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