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Yves Straten aka Fonzie

This is Yves Straten's (Fonzie's) diary

Enjoying the incoming tide on a Sunday morning

Two eroded rocks are surrounded by the incoming tide
Two eroded rocks are surrounded by the incoming tide

After breakfast, we headed to a small beach that isn’t well known, and pretty hard to reach. Therefore, it is usually quite deserted.

A small wooden bridge connects a small Hindu temple on a huge rock with the cliff that thrones over the beach. The cliff and the rock are covered with green trees and shrubs. The sun is shining through a tree on the rock.
There’s a small temple on the rock

There’s a huge rock on that beach that is connected to the surrounding cliff by a small wooden bridge. On the rock there’s a small Hindu temple. Since we didn’t bring any Sarong and Selendang, we, of course, didn’t visit it.

A slightly tanned young teenage man with a blue swimming short is sitting on a rock, having the incoming tide splashing against his legs.
Yves enjoys the incoming tide

I had planned to swim in the tide pools, but the tide was already coming in. So, I just sat on a rock and enjoyed the water that splashed against my feet and legs. It was quite refreshing. ūüėČ

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