I was going to add this series to the ToM but then realized that I have no "life" shown just beach, but here is the series anyway.
You may remember that our winter travels in Asia be in Burma or this year India we always head for the last 10 days or so to the beach. This is our beach. This is Ngwe Saung. Situated on the Ayeyaraddy coast it is beginning to see the tourists but as you can see from the main post far from crowded. The second image shows the swimming pool of the resort where we always stay (also seen in the satellite photo) so if the sea is a little rough, there's always the pool. The building at the far end is the breakfast room, at least where the breakfast buffet is served, we sit outside by the pool to eat. The third image shows our bungalow and the view that we have. The panorama the frontage of the resort. We have just booked this years travels 3 weeks travelling through the backbone of Vietnam and 2 weeks in Burma, the last 10 days here.
Ngwe Saung will not stay this unspoilt forever, but we intend to enjoy it while we can.
Excellent minimalist image Elaine with the coconut nicely placed to balance the vegetation on the right. Not too many footsteps from those that went before!
I love the pano. It looks so exotic. Thanks for the other images to see more from this location. what a place to stay!
WHAT a beach ... and there is nobody!!! It feels like Lonely Planet (travel books) in the early days "when Maureen and I came to this beach it was only the locals". I still buy them :-) Wonderful beach, the perfect spot to escape the European winter. Funny the coconut so far away from the trees. Someone must have left it there after drinking the coconut water. Very nice image, love the space it has. Oh yes and the swimming pool ... really a great spot to spend 10 days.
I was going to say, it fit the theme just fine, unless you want to be technical about it. I guess my previous image would not fit either, there is no life, just sand and rock, feather and sea weed are not really life....
I love the LV and the series showing the beautiful accommodation, my, what a little piece of paradise to be found out there. It seem still very relax and not full of tourist yet. I wonder how soon it will pick up. It seems Burma is still not the country where the people go for a beach vacation but for the the cultural experience.