Saturday, August 23, 2014
Gangneung Trip (part 7)
Actually, the waves were so strong ..not to mention the underwater currents that could easily swap any inexperience swimmers when they're off their alertness(?). Or, was it because it's late in the afternoon that the current became suddenly strong enough to pull someone onto the roaring water?
Intermezzo: me selfie-ing.
again with the parasols over the sandy beaches..stretched along the 60-km long beach that we had no time to see as to whether it was indeed that long:)
We moved to another section of the stretching seashore where more people were (still) swimming. I know..the waves seemed to be tame enough for a swim, but..it's not, actually.
Freya & her Mom, clad in red Bali beach sarong, gazing onto the sea...
Far beyond: Eyra and her auntie, mbak Ulfa, were also staring/gazing at the sea...
we're simply doing nothing but 'enjoying' our time being there at that moment.
One of the activities that we could enjoy @ the Gyeongpo beach was flyfish. well, as the name suggests, we'd be brought onto the open sea ..strapped on the yellow boat that would literally 'flying' like a fish out of the water.^^
Yup, enough to imagine what it'd be like.^^
fun as it may sound..but the thought of being flown away ...was just too-much for me.
Well, not for the thrill-seeker, of course.
at the back: Hyundai Hotel under construction.