East Coast Beach on a Super Hot Day

I have countless photos of trees. Love em.

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One of our many ‘do not’ signs.

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I can’t ride a bike, so this looks like a good way to travel to me. Like the shade factor too.

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Love the yellow of their surf boards. They were waiting for the surf to come in. We have pretty shallow and short waves, so it must be hard to surf here.

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A lavender brolley to protect from the scorching sun.

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The ships always look impressive from a distance, but they make for a not so pristine beach.

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Loads of active people in Singapore, unlike sedentary me.

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6 Responses to East Coast Beach on a Super Hot Day

  1. This reminds me how “ready for summer” I am!

  2. ruth says:

    I always enjoy viewing your posts! makes me feel like I’m not some sad workaholic stuck between work and home 🙂

  3. SamyakJaya says:

    With Semana Santa (Easter) behind us, it is Spring in full swing in Madrid. Lots of trees laden with blossoming flowers… but your photos here make me skip the Spring and embrace summer already!

    Thanks for sharing. You are changing my impression of Singapore, one photo at a time.

    Cheers,
    Samyak
    ThoughtTavern

    • bookjunkie says:

      So glad to bring Summer to you early Samyak 🙂 Spring in Madrid must be gorgeous….it’s one place I hope I get a chance to visit. Only seen beautiful Spain through the movies, and the longing has already formed.

  4. Crystal says:

    East Coast is so pretty!

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