Saturday, July 4, 2009


It's wonderful going to beach that is yet to be flocked by the public. Its rugged surroundings might turn off many visitors, but for me, they are the most enthralling to visit. It's nice to be in a place unspoiled by development. Although development is good for a place, it somehow destroys the atmosphere of the place once they arrange the surroundings to suit their perception of what a beach should look like.

Now, it is a privilege to be in a place such as this because there are only a few of these areas left in the country.

Go out & explore these places and get in touch with what Mother Nature intends her creations to be.

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