It’s The Travel Belles second “Across the Cafe Table” discussion and I can’t help but join in. This month’s question?
What’s in your travel beach bag and your ideal beach would be where?
Upon reaching Shi Shi Beach, I decided it might be the most beautiful in the World.
I forced my family into an eight mile hike just to see Hanakapi’ai Beach.
At Dead Man’s Cove, I found creative inspiration.
And just a couple of weeks ago, we had an incident on a muddy beach at low tide.
But if we’re talking ideal beach, I have to choose Petit Byahaut.
What do you think? Warm turquoise water, palm trees, hammocks, amazing snorkeling, no crowds, a beachside restaurant. Soon, if I ever finish writing it, there’ll be a book starring this beach.
As far as what I’d pack in my beach bag, at Petit Byahaut it’d be only a snorkel.
At a Pacific Northwestern beach, it’d be sturdy rubber boots, a good book, maybe a sketch pad and pencils, and hopefully a tent so we could stay awhile.
At Hanakapi’ai, I’d bring plenty of water. And a picnic lunch too.
Check out Across the Cafe Table on The Travel Belles to see beaches and essentials other bloggers choose.
And now, what is your ideal beach and what do you pack in your bag?
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