I really need a detailed explantion for those expressions:
[THE LAST FEW MONTHS WE HAVE BEEN PRACTISING A LOT HERE IN OUR INDOOR FACILITY LINDOBEACH ]
[Close to the sea is the Dutch Volleyball Federationís unique indoor facility.]
I think the words "beach" and "indoor" are very contradictory. I can't imagine the meaning.
Thanks a lot.
Just google Lindobeach. The first result is their website. It's an indoor beach: some sand and pictures of the ocean.
There's mall here in Canada with an indoor beach and a pool with waves that's supposed to feel like the sea.