Once Jules Verne said: The sea is only the embodiment of a supernatural and wonderful existence.
So here’s my tribute to the place I where I feel whole, and happy.
Once in a lifetime you should go there: Phi Phi Island, Thailand
Italy, most visited in summer – what a mistake. Winters are so beautiful (here in Grado).
Kao Lak in Southern Thailand, where the sunset guides you way, and the soul finds a home.
In Sihanoukville, Otres Beach 3, the most calm section of the city. And I was waiting….
The beach of Kao Lak is silent, if you know where to drive with your motorbike, and little treasures are floating next to you.
The Philippines are different, offering everything. 7.000 islands, 7.000 different beaches, 7.000 places to find peace.
New Year in Edinburgh – I really needed to spend the last day of 2015 on a beach, listening to the waves. Holding your hand…
Will you find magic in Vietnams Halong Bay? Maybe. What you find: adventure, friendship, caipirinhas and THE view.
She was not lonely. I was with her….
In Singapore the sea seem to exist of steel, as the city does. Symphony in grey!
There also is a symphony of colors…in Bohol, Philippines (both pics)
I don’t know where this beach was, but I discovered it on my motorbike trip in southern Thailand. And I was the only one there.
Sunset on Boracay white beach is mystic. It was my birthday, and I was so lucky having this view (and a great mexican dish).
In Cambodia, Kep beach, before the storm. “The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea.”
“When you grow up by the sea, you spend a good deal of time looking at the horizon. You wonder what on Earth the waves might bring – and where the sea might deposit you – until one day you know you have lived between two places, the scene of arrival and the point of departure.” (O Hagan)