Their mothers laying on towels trying to get 4 shades tanner. Couples walking along the beach having conversations and holding hands. Hot guys playing football shirtless, made the ocean look basic and soon my attention was on them. Surfers padding their way out in hopes of catching a big wave. Most of them falling but always getting back up to try again.
He is lying still on the sand as if wishing that the waves of head die down. Another lady at the right side of me just finished applying the sunscreen paste on her body. A cute little boy trying to move on to an adventurous journey of exploring the vast ocean with his sweetheart. Noticing these details suddenly my eyes stopped at an elderly man who is spending his day sitting on a horse, controlling it expertly and jogging along the water. Two beautiful young boys could be seen playing carefully with the oceanic waves as if trying not to disturb the beautiful scenic view.
We even had it down to stealing the buoys after a storm, giving us a reason as to why they were on the beach. That day it’s eventually decided the beach is our destination. After paying the customary fee of one back massage to our father, we’re free to leave the fenced yard. Aine and Oona lead the group while Niamh and I follow at a slower pace. Our families live close to each other; our house, the grandparents, Uncle Mike’s and the Larsen's household, that consisted of our Aunt, Uncle, and cousins.
One typical summer day when I was seven years old, my brother Keon threw a coin in the fountain near the Parliament and resolved never to grow up. I remembered with absolute clarity the leaves of the trees stirring in the air; the faint rays of sunlight glittering on the water; and the smell of freshly mowed grass. It was early in the morning. Still, I fell into the rhythm of the people passing by with their jackets over their shoulders or lazing in the sun. For many, it was just a passive recreation.
It was breathtaking, and for someone who lives about a mile above sea level, it was a rare sight to behold. As we walked to our spot where we would “set up camp” I relished the usually annoying sand which wedged itself between my toes. I then laid down my boogie board and layed on it to enjoy the sun for a moment. The waves crashing, was a symphony to my ears, which I could listen to all day without a care in the world. It was no wonder that visiting the beach was a very popular vacation plan.
Five things to do around Labuan Bajo apart from looking at Komodo dragons Like most visitors, I came to Labuan Bajo to dive in the close-by Komodo National park. I had already booked a week in a dive resort right at the border of the National Park (there are no hotels allowed within the park), but had a couple of days to spare in Labuan Bajo. While many people explore the whole island of Flores (which sounds pretty great), I decided to stay in the Southern part and do all of my exploring by boat. Labuan Bajo is famous as a starting point to go on a dragon tour to Komodo island or Rinca, but there are many other places to explore from there: PADAR ISLAND Padar is an island within the National Park, which is famous for its hiking, because you can see three bays from the top of its mountain. The hike was pretty easy and
You were remote on a still-sleepy, fringed beach, and here fulfilling your craving for lazy days on an inclined beach chair where the pace lends itself to long days spent sunbathing. While it’s afternoon serves up an old-fashioned romantic feel and nights spent tucking into just-caught seafood along the waterfront. This might seems the picture-perfect holiday, but would it be still perfect if you were alone in a nowhere space? No beach umbrellas to shade the sun off your head, no waiter who brings you a frosted glass of beer, and not even a resort to retreat to in the evening for a wanted shower and a hot meal? Did you fear enough?
Last year, my family and I went to the beach after a long time. I was eager to get into the beach as soon as we parked at the beach house. The weather was wonderful and there wasn´t a crisping sun, but some tender clouds that cushioned the sunlight. I knew the beach houses were full not only because the renter told us, but also from the number of cars at the place. When I approached the sand, the coastline only had like 4-6 people, and that was very suspicious, since the water was perfect to relax as the waves went by and crashed against the coast.
My little baby cousin is so happy to be with my brother, he sticks to to him like bread and butter. The sun is setting in front of us I can see only half the sun. As the water cuts of the sun it looks red and orange mixing for the first time in forever. As you can see me and my little cousin have to stand on the side my brother and older cousin made us stand on the side. I feel like a human beach because I haven't taken a shower to get the sand off and i have been on the beach for 2 hours and sand is all over me.
In all honesty, I don’t think living abroad will be difficult this year. The summer before my senior year of high school my family moved to Houston. All the private schools wouldn’t accept a senior and public schools weren’t academically challenging, so my family decided to leave me in Japan with a family friend. I was able to graduate early, but living on my own for a semester was the greatest experience I’ve had so far. I was able to truly find myself and mature in many ways.