In fact, let me just tell you it all in pictures:
Where I've just walked from, the white buildings in the center of the picture.
The point ahead, as far as I originally planned to go (I am over halfway there).
So that wasn't really the point... I keep going.
Looking back, wow I've walked a long way - that's where I started way in the distance.
Now I am at the point.
See the waves coming in from two different sides? I decide to walk on. It's too pretty up ahead to stop here.
After about an hour or so of walking on, I became overwhelmed by the beauty of the place and the wonder that I was here to see it...
...and I wept...
I want to keep going so I will walk to that point.
Beach art along the way. Front...
It was so sunny out I couldn't see read the screen on my camera at all so had no idea I was in this.
This little guy led me along for a ways before walking behind me and following for a bit.
There was a pelican sitting on a branch but as I got closer...
...he flew away!
About this time I had been walking for two hours and was ready for a rest but I knew if I sat on the sand, I would have a hard time getting up with my bad knee and was wishing there was a lounge chair nearby when... I saw this poking up from the sand from afar and thought it looked like the legs of a lounge chair and as I got closer I knew that was what it was but I figured it would be a ruin and there would be no slats.
I pulled it up out of the sand, washed it off in the sea and not a slat was missing. It was perfect! So...
...I got to relax on a lounge chair for half an hour or so...
...and then a big cloud came and it started to rain. I got up and started walking again and it stopped raining right away - I only got sprinkled on. But it's a good thing it happened or I might never have moved from this spot!
I came to a place where I couldn't keep walking on the beach, there were trees and shrub in the way because the beach had washed away in a storm.
I cut inland on this road and away from the breeze on the beach, so it got very hot very quickly.
The road came to a 'T' and I turned left. Up ahead was something I have wanted to see for myself for some time.
To be continued....