Under this perfect vault of heaven is the splendid ocean. The sun rays touching the surface of the water and bouncing back lit up the clear turquoise water. The dancing waves of the ocean seem like fun from the shore and the crest and trough crashing into each other contributes to the splendid view. Ahead of me is huge stretch of crystal clear water and a mini boat fighting with the waves and sailing proudly. As I walked on the sand it provided me a soft cushiony feeling and the sun attacked my bare skin making me feel warm.
Warm, baking sand covers you like a soft blanket allowing eternal warmth to radiate through your body. The glistening yellow sun emits ray upon ray of blistering heat from the centre of the cerulean blue sky. Luminous sand extended at a gentle slope along the unblemished palm-lined coast - silky dunes tumbled down teasing the briny sea water. Every wave sea disembogues, was lacy with foam like it’s your shampoo as you lather it into your drizzling hair. In the distance a feint patch can be spotted like white marble on your phosphorescent blue satin: thin enough to let the incandescent light through.
The sky is dotted with white, fluffy clouds that blocks the ever burning sun, the cerulean blue gown that is the sea and the sand that seemed to be dipped in earthshine gold. Palm trees are lined in serried rows that sway side to side in the whistling wind and the magnificent peacocks that make their occasional appearance. All these are the reasons why the beach is at the top of my list of places I would go to clear my mind. Many people have their place where they find complete peace and comfort. For me, it is ‘Siloso Beach’ at the island, Sentosa.
This for me was the best part since I have always loved how the sand feels when it squishes between your feet and the calming sound of the waves hitting the beach. The weather was so perfect; there was a slight breeze and the slightly darkened clouds blocked out the sun so the temperature was cooler than you would expect for a day at the beach but, not cold enough that you’d need a sweater. We would walk on the discolored red and brown, rectangular boulders that go out into the ocean in a long walkway. They had spaces between the so that when we looked down we saw the water rising and falling. All I could smell wherever I went was the saltiness of the sea and the surrounding sea food restaurants.
The resort offers unique jungle fitness sessions, personalized and group yoga classes, tours through Cahuita National Park, jungle canopy tour, etc. 4. Tahiti and Bora Bora – Overwater bungalows Known as “Romantic Island” and one of the most luxurious world’s places, Tahiti, as well as its neighbouring island Bora Bora host beautiful bungalow resorts nested in the paradisiacal lagoon environment. Built exclusively from natural materials, traditional-style huts lie above pristine lagoons and combine luxury, comfort and sustainability. Each bungalow resort features modern and functional interior, stunning glass-floors and includes special experiences such as outrigger canoe breakfast delivery, snorkelling, diving, Shark and Ray watching excursions, etc.
A trip to any destination has to be cherishing. To make the trip worth remembering for a lifetime, the holiday destination has to offer some unique experiences. Something that your family has not tasted or done at home. Dubai has everything that needs to create a memorable experience. Just take your kids and spouse to the Dubai Acquarium and get them witness marine life from a close quarter.
Name: Meshari Alangari Course: Comm 1101 - 30 Date: 01/22/2018 Informative speech delivery outline Topic: My vacation to Bali, Indonesia General purpose: To inform Specific purpose: to inform my audience about my vacation to Bali, Indonesia Thesis: The favorable climate, the cultural foods and natural environment in Bali, Indonesia is what makes it more interesting being the most beautiful island ever. 1. Introduction a) Attention grabber: My favorite vacation was in summer 2016 when I visited Bali islands, Indonesia. It was a great time with my family than ever before. Bali is a wonderful island that is located in the south of Pacific Ocean near Malaysia (Law et al., 298).
Days at Tiny We all have a special place we like visiting, whether nearby or far, but mine has been in my memory for as long as I can remember. Whenever the school year comes to an end, I can always imagine the scene. The hot sun glaring down on me from above, waves crashing melodically like drums, the natural feeling of the sand slipping between my toes. A place where it is impossible not to feel relaxed. Yes, Tiny Beach is my most loved place.
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.
And, as I laid down on the soft sand, I could feel I was sleeping on my bed. I could see all the sights of summer. To left, children were building sand castles along the ocean’s edge, to right, I observed people playing banana boat, water motorcycle, and some of them enjoying good books. Then, I was soon at the point where my skin could nearly catch fire by harsh rays of the blistering summer sun, so I ran as fast as wind toward what my body saw as heaven, an endless pool of crystal blue water. I dived into the crashing waves head and floating peacefully among the waves.