Monday, January 5, 2009

Enjoyment Matters; Pantai Kerachut

I spent three and a half hours on jungle trekking, another three hours on the beach. For my future trip, I would rather prefer to start the journey earlier for more time on the seaside. To simply sit down under a shade, watching at either natural view or people, though not adventurous at all, but this slow-down would certainly energize me for the next journey.

But my kid preferred to float himself on the water. By relaxing the muscle, straightening up the body, anybody can float. If stay further out to the sea, you can float more peacefully. Otherwise, though gentle but waves may still send you back to the shore.

And you see, up, up, up...... up to the rock was another way to have fun. The moment he smiled, waved his hands and showed the V-sign, this was what he called fun.

If you are deterred by the long trekking trail, I hope I am wrong, ferry service is available at Teluk Bahang Fishing Village. By then, you can heavily equipped yourselves with camp, fishing rods, beers etc as what you wish. Please remember to leave nothing behind except your footsteps.

I had my footsteps here.

But when I looked back,
they were washed away by the waves within seconds.

So will be yours.

Nobody had the privilege to demand for a Forever.

And, this wraps up my stories on Pantai Kerachut.






5 comments:

Ratty said...

If there was a nice quiet beach like that near me, I might try swimming more often. Most of our beaches are very crowded.

rainfield61 said...

Ratty,

Somewhere at the end of a long trekking trail should be the right one.

Let explore and enjoy the fun.

WiseAcre said...

If I could make a wish and have it come true you'd be standing in a foot of snow and I'd be on the beach. Of course I'd wish you were dressed properly and I wasn't :)

I could use a little sun, sand and surf about now.

rainfield61 said...

WiseAcre,
I really admired before.
I should have dressed like Santa Claus and you....
Ha ha ha

Book said...

I wish I could be there!