One of the most popular adventures that a group of friends, colleagues or organization do to hang out is do bar crawling and drink the night out.
This will depend on how you and the group will plan and carry out these trips to the bars and enjoy it for all its purpose. Most bar crawlers will get to enjoy this by going from bar to bar on foot or using the public transportation. When you plan on venturing out this kind of gimmick over the weekend, learn about a few safety tips when doing a bar crawl.
Though you may start as a group, as the night progress and the more bars you visit, most likely a few will slack off, thus, it will be best to have one buddy that you can be sure to stick with you all the way. When you go bar crawling and you drink a lot, it is best to take the drinking session at a slow pace so you won’t get all tipsy when you go to the second or third bar. One alcoholic drink consumed should be matched with also a glass of water afterward to keep you hydrated and you stay sober longer.
Most likely, you will have with you some valuable items, and before you get drunk in this adventure, better keep them safely and if possible refrain from using them unless necessary. You will never know when you can go tipsy or drunk over your drinks and you may forget to look after your valuables so keep them in all the time and check it out often.
Discuss which bars you will be crawling and get info how many can you manage, then set a specific time that you get to stay in one bar so all of you will be in harmony. If you are not at all familiar with the place you will be going, you can search online and see what bars are close to your place that can be a good crawling choice for your friends.
Since you have already planned the bars to go crawling at, you can also plan ahead the car ride at the end of your adventure just in the event that you get drunk so you will not be stranded somewhere.
There is so much fun that you can experience with your friends in this adventure just make the fun exciting and still in control and at all time be a responsible drinker, to sum up all safety.