I've always preferred the summer season. Is wonderful going to the beach, playing in the sand and finding things to play with. No school, palm trees and that awesome ocean breeze, isn’t that perfect? Every summer, I go to the beach in Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic.
After a long, sweaty hike, I reached the top, and was mesmerized by the astonishing view! It was so very clear. Miles and miles of blue seas stared at me, as I looked out into the distance. I felt rejuvenated by the sun beaming down on me. I was so glad to finally be at my get away place.
It was perfect, the sunshine above, the warm salty air licking our faces as we sped through the streets lined by looming palms swaying in the breeze. As we arrived at the beach, I thought to myself that it looked incredibly calm and had a very difficult time imaging Bethany Hamilton and her friends and family rushing her to the hospital. Seeing that beach gave a whole new meaning to me about the courage Bethany had to get back in the water because I was even a little apprehensive about getting into waters where a shark attacked. While in Hawaii, we decided to also give snorkeling a shot. Tunnel Beach was said to be a great place for seeing all the extraordinary plant life Hawaii’s reefs had to offer and the beach was known to be a resting place of many sea turtles.
To me, this poem was quite relatable in the sense that there can be so much commotion above the water, but once you sink down, all is at peace. When surfing the is struggle with, paddling out often fighting the waves, that is if there isn 't a rip to pull you in. Once you ride your wave, you fall back under the water where nothing is fighting or pulling you away. Thinking in perspective and think broadly, people struggle with what 's on the outside; what they look like, how they dress, the people they are around, and what they say. When worrying so much about the outside people often find themselves in chaos or the feeling of being overwhelmed.
The lookout tower is my favorite facility in the park. I would go to the top of the tower every time to feel the gentle sea breeze and fresh air. It is just my imagination as I never go there in summer, but I bet it would be so relaxing to enjoy the wind after sweating. What is more, it is fun to observe things happening around from the lookout tower. Sometimes I see families flying kites or riding bike, the blue sky is just the best canvas for the colorful kites to decorate with.
There are two handicapped-accessible beaches at the park. They are each ideal locations for activities such as swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, windsurfing, and sunbathing. Visiting the beach in tranquil Alligator Point is the perfect choice for you if you are looking to escape the hectic throngs of vacationers and revel in the glory of the magnificent sun as it sets in the distance. If this sounds like the place for you, pack your bags, and make a reservation
Imagine the sun, gleaming high in the sky. Hear the waves crash against the shore. Feel the hot sand between your toes. Taste the salt of the ocean as you immerse yourself in the blue tropical water. This enchanting place being described is the Bahamas.
These dreams are usually about Hawaii, in which I see the ocean, feel the rhythm of the waves, and imagine I am surfing again. I can feel the warmth of those sunny days and can smell the salty air or fragrant flowers. I remember the carefree, happy times and it is as if I can feel it in my chest. I also have fears that enter my mind about moving. Following a day of anxious thoughts and fears, I will generally dream of moves going wrong such as: finding out we are not going to a place I had expected, our plane crashing, or our belongings getting lost in a move.
The ocean… The sound of the waves applauding and hugging the shore.The internal sounds of the body out in the world’s biggest swimming pool. The echo of my sister’s laughter. The salty smell so strong that one can taste it dancing on ones taste buds. The ocean looked like an enormous pool of wonder. It was exceptionally blue that day with a slight green undertone.