beach buggy

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a recreational vehicle with large tires used on beaches or sand dunes

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The resort will offer a variety of activities from beach buggy rides to water sport, including jet skis and paddle boats.
Lots of parents, children and friends came along and took part in great activities such as beach buggy rides, face painting, tattoos, football challenge and sponge races.
When a policemen encounters a traffic pileup, each vehicle idling in the jam makes a different noise--"Here is the beach buggy, off to the coast, and the surfers mumble, 'Hey man
A breathtaking game from a Top Developer Vector Unit, this app features driving adventure in a hot-rod beach buggy traveling into various uncharted depths of a mysterious tropical island.
The car they used was an off-the-road beach buggy which had four gears and could reach 80mph - not quite the sophisticated 200mph Williams-Renault title hopeful Hill is now used to.
You can, for instance, bring out the adventurous side in you and go for a safari in the desert, where you rent a beach buggy and explore the mountains and desert either during sunset or sunrise and enjoy a Bedouin-style breakfast or dinner along with Egyptian folklore dances and performers.
Ek dink met groot deernis terug aan Tugela-riviermond, die Beach Buggy, die kreef, en veel meer.
With the convertible roof down that feeling of one-ness with the world around you is enhanced still further and has an appeal - a bit like being in a beach buggy.
How cool would it be to sit in a beach buggy and talk on (what appears to be now) a very large mobile phone and ask people to give you things for free.
The North East Team, "Durham County Choppers," took first prize with their all terrain Beach Buggy.
Kevin Thompson outlined the required approach when he described his beach buggy of vintage 1969 (pictured).
Take a bike, a two seater, a wagon, an SUV and a beach buggy.
But now Dylan, who lives with a brain injury, has had his pounds 300 battery-powered beach buggy taken from the family back garden in Bryn Road, Connah's Quay, on Thursday.
Today a fashionably-dressed trio of women - or personality girls, as they were then known - dropped by in their beach buggy to promote the Citibank branch in Newcastle's Grainger Street .