Monday, July 26, 2010

Driving in waves

An eve at beach would be very normal. Usual crowd, ice cream, pop con, children etc. If you are going for some peace in mind, I am sure you wont find it there.

Last week i had a trip to Muzhapilangad beach at Tellicherry, old city of Kannur district. Known for the longest driving beach in Asia. (According to local men, I have no proof in books or records). Well its about 5 kilometers in length. You can drive a small car without worries. Still quiet and peaceful and very green as natural treasure. Thank God. Its not ruined by beach development projects.Not so plastic wastes will trouble you there.

I have been to many beaches in Kerala, I bet you its the quietest even in rainy season.Not so frightening waves or Mini tsunamis. No red flags or rocks. Beauty is added up with freshness. Sands finish up like mirror in waves. And a small island you can walk up to, where no one lives, you can be your own Robinson Crusoe there.;-)

When you have enough friends with vehicles, dont hesitate to try a 'Drag'.

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