So, most of you guys and girls must still be enjoying snow this time of the year. How dows snow taste like? Hm…
No, I didn’t open this one to talk about snow. I’d rather talk about sand. Hot. Clean. Empty like a desert. With salty water in front of it.
These are a few places I’ve been to this time of the years between October and January. A few in my own state, others more to the south but still closer to the equator than to the tropicas lines =)
(I am not the one who took most of the pics, though. I got a lot of them from touristical sites)
These are the ones I had to travel far to reach:
The water is so clean that you can see the bottom in a faint blueish hue from this angle. Same beach, but now seen from a sand road. The sea gets bluer from this angle. When you get into the water it is 100% transparent near you.
This one is called “Mermaid Beach”. A pity I couldn’t find a closer pic.
Many many coconuts on this one. The name is something that would go like “Crossing Souls”
You talk about being shallow. This one is very flat, so water is only a few inches deep for many yards.
This one with a village in it. But the fact that it isn’t empty like most others doesn’t turn people down. A view from the water.
This one is called “Gunga Beach”. No relation to Star Wars’ Otoh Gunga city. Another pic from the same beach.
From now on, the ones that are within a 1-driving-day range from my apartment:
“Future Beach” is the closest one. Very beautiful, and it’s got the most tasty coconuts. For those who like, the finest crabs can be found here. Other angle. Yeah, i know, i should have took a shot of the sea too… By thw way, this is the 2nd most salty sea of the world, behind the Dead Sea only.
Wild and beautiful. This one is called “Little Beach”.
“Black Clay” is the name of this one. I don’t know why, since there is no black clay around. Those big things in the pic are rocks, which should appear in lighter hues but didn’t due to wrong exposition times I think.
This goes by the name of “Broken Boat”. Too crowded for my tastes, but still, very beautiful on rainy days.
Last but not least. The beaches are not in cronological order, but this is the one to which I have been the most recently. My aunt has a hotel nearby. Me and some friends are going to spend some weeks there in February and July. I love that place =D It’s got a crazy name, though. “Little Lagoon”. Like, who would call the sea a lagoon, let alone a little one? Go figure… One interesting feature is that you can find quartzes on the shore line by the lower tides.