It has been a long time since I last saw the beach. It was a journey for me. Join me as I recount what happened in that trip.
You know that feeling like, you’re going in the wrong direction? That feeling where you’re trying to look for a sign or even a hint about your
location whereabouts. I’m on a bus going to a town called “San Narciso” somewhere up north. This is my first trip out of the city this year. I hope this turn’s out great.
I arrived safely at Crystal Beach, a resort owned by a friend. Sharing lives always works. I am hoping to learn from this experience. I hope I made the correct decision.
I left my friend’s shack to glance at the shore. Swells of salty water greeted me. As bubbles brush the beach, the moon gives off its soft mood light. It got too cold for me – the weather. I retired back to camp, to have a few winks.
Day two – Early morning, still alone. After replying to my friends who are on their way to the resort. I stayed at the beach front shack. Still haven’t done anything productive yet. It’s alright. I’ll just write.
He who conquers anger conquers a strong enemy. I must say that one who conquers hunger, conquers a big belly chemistry. I’ve got to find food.
Other friends came. Time to enjoy. I think they’ve planned everything so it’s time for me to relax. She’s here too. I hope to spend time with her. I hope that there’ll be time for us to at least talk more.
Surf’s Up – Not!
I tried a few times but I wasn’t able to stand. I will have to try again at a later time. For now, I need to let go of the board. Try again next time.
Stay A Bit More
I stayed for two or more days. I enjoyed everything I did. I went home broke, but it was worth it. It was a refreshing experience.
I’m blessed with this much-needed break from my daily routine. It was a welcome escape from a vicious cycle. I will definitely go back to rest and then ultimately conquer the waves. For now, I return to my daily tasks – with a a tan and a wide smile.