Visiting South Lido Beach was a little eye opening experience. When I was there, I was looking around for signs of pollution and environmentally damaged evidence. The first part of the roundabout (near the gulf) seemed like it was in good shape. It was only when we walked about another quarter mile where the sand had started to get more gray and dirty. I had also spotted some trash in the shallow waters. The seaweed has also started to pile up as we walked further down the ridge.
The further down we walked the cost had been closing in with another piece of land, which is why it may have been more polluted. Other then that it was an enjoyable walk. The trash could have been piled up a lot more than it was, and the smells in the air could have been more of a stench. It was fun to see different kinds of birds, and dogs that passed by with their owner every once in awhile. The coolest thing I saw on our trip was at the very end when a raccoon was reaching into the trash bins to find some food for itself.