Being in an archipelagic country gives its citizens the right to choose what kind of beach they want to go during the dry season. An island can provide different kinds of shores and beaches. In those 4 months we can choose a sandy beach-white or black, coral sands, small rockies, big rockies or boulders, or steep walls without any shoreline. Our town is historically under the sea, although it is not written how many centuries ago! Being a peninsula we are almost surrounded by water, and our seas are endowed with corals and marinelife that give us wonderful scuba diving privileges. It almost follows that i should be good in scuba diving, but i don't! I can't even explore waters up to my neck, and if you are curious about the reasons, that might be explained by deep water and height phobias. I am one of them, so am deprived of our underwater views. But i am happy i can be easily pacified with terrestrial landscapes.
We are just about more than 2km upland from the sea, and that is only 15 min by motorbikes or tricycles. So one hot Saturday afternoon we went to this part of the shore, just for fun. It was the 84th birthday of my mother, so we brought some food and drinks and a lot of laughter.