Into the Water

It is awesome to know that we have  many beautiful beaches , not only Bali . I am glad that I could spend three days seeing and swimming ( well, not actually swimming as most of the time I laid on my back and just feel the cold sea embraced me ) at some of the ones close by to where I live.

I think I am speechless and I have no idea what to write here besides showing the pictures and the name of the places. I hope I could get back here again soon even though it takes about 6 hours driving from Jakarta.

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Ujung Genteng beach, Sukabumi – West Java

The beach in the morning . The beach is covered with coral reef and thin jellyfish and the tide is low so it's not too comfortable to swim unless you go beyond the rocks line on to the open south sea

The beach in the morning . The beach is covered with coral reef and thin jellyfish and the tide is low so it’s not too comfortable to swim unless you go beyond the rocks line on to the open south sea

Pangumbahan beach, a little heaven for surfer. This part of Ujung Genteng area is established as a green sea turtle conservation. But even it has been protected as the turtle nestling place, we couldn't see any turtles that day, only a few of hawksbill sea turtle in the pond.

Pangumbahan beach, a little heaven for surfer. This part of Ujung Genteng area is established as a green sea turtle conservation. But even it has been protected as the turtle nestling place, we couldn’t see any turtles that day, only a few of hawksbill sea turtle in the pond.

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She is playing with one of her many babies

A beautiful sea shell, looking at me to say hello...

A beautiful sea shell, looking at me to say hello…or could be “hey, don’t you dare touch me”

Amandaratu beach. One of amazing beach view

Amandaratu beach. One of amazing beach views

With its beautiful small wave

With its beautiful hard small wave

Canoeing alongside Tegalbuleud estuary. It takes one hour to reach the other end of its line which flows into the open south sea

Canoeing alongside Tegalbuleud estuary. It takes one hour to reach the other end of its line which flows into the open south sea

My last act at the end of the journey, the Shaolin jump (hahaha)...

My last act at the end of the journey, the Shaolin jump (hahaha)…

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