Guess what we did on Easter holidays instead of staying home and take a breather. We drove down south since the weather was exceptionally warm and a record at that in the month of April. It was like summer has hit the country too soon. Hubby has been inducing me to drive regularly since I got my driving licence and he seems to like the comfort of just sitting in the car while I do the driving. Hubby had one destination in mind so with his instruction I drove cautiously to the place unknown to me but now. We went to a camping site called Getteron (Getterön). We didn’t intend to camp but to see the beach which was close to the site.
It was rather a long shore and this side with tons of stones was quite a distance away from the crowded beach side. It’s also the side where one can bathe, ehermm, bare-skinned. The water wasn’t warm enough for a dip, so we didn’t spot anyone bathing yet.
I was wondering how it would look like when this place would be full of , err, bare swimmers. But if you would like to know, you would undress yourself to be among them, or you’d be out of place. Lol! And if I’d dare? It’s something left to imagine.
Hindi ba masakit sa paa yan kung puro bato ang nilalakaran? Hehe. Well, masakit cguro kung barefooted. Eh paano kung barenaked na nag sa-sunbathing sa beach of stones. Haha, puro bare naman naisip ko.
Hehee, mahirap nga lumangoy sa puro bato. May mga malalaking rocks na flat ang surface, doon yata pwede silang humiga. 🙂
Hi, those are beautiful photos with a beautiful angle. I haven’t blog about our Easter since I’m so not blogging for the past months now. I hope all is well with you!
Hi scarty, kumusta na rin? Same here, quite busy with my life online and tired when I get home from work kaya bihira lang din nakakapag-blog. Thank you for coming back here.
Those are great shots. Sounds like you had a great holiday.
Yes, thank you. It’s this season when it’s nice to go out and take pics of the nature.
Sure, it is, especially rocks and stones at the beach are great to see.