H2Oi 2012 Photo Coverage
This year’s H2O International weekend experience was completely different of what I remember from 2011. The two factors that changed my perspective of the event were that I brought my own car to cruise the strip and the cooperative weather we had. Those two details made the weekend quite enjoyable for my friends and me.
Before most of the people arrived to Ocean City, we saw pictures of a building lit on fire. I heard it was due to someone barbequing on the third floor. My group arrived Thursday at noon and we quickly unpacked our bags at our house on 67th and drove right over to 63rd to meet up with others that arrived earlier that week. They let us know that the local police have been harassing Volkswagen owners for the most irrelevant matters and handing out warnings or tickets. Even if you respect the rules of the road, they would still stop you and search your car.
Walking to the beach was also a first for me this year at Ocean City; I was so busy last year that I didn’t bother. This past weekend was basically a mix of cruising the strip, chilling on the beach, going to the different car meets, and partying till the early hours. The logistics of getting to the show Sunday was not easy. It took approximately 2 hours for people just to drive to the campgrounds, never mind being able to enter with their car. The police was to blame as they closed off most of the roads leading to the site. As always, the city does not appreciate our presence in their city, and decided to make it difficult for us that day. Nonetheless, we made it to the show to bring you our coverage of the event.