Bama Beach Entrance
The beach was quiet and empty. There were monkeys playing around and some birds looking for breakfast, when got there, rushed to the beach, and made photos. Only after the start of our walk back, we noticed the sign.
The Java Sea Drift
I tried to make the best of the opportunity available. I did not forget to be in the moment, to consume the scene with my own eyes.
It was quite peaceful. No other visitors. For a moment, nothing else mattered. I have multiple photos to remind me, how priviledged I am to be able to visit these places. I hope there will be more places in the future.
Two Boats and a Sunrise
The view was great and there were no other sound than the sound of nature.
We were taking a break while making photos, before walking back to the savanna. It was quite a walk and we took our time exploring.
Sunrise at Bama Beach
A small beach in the national park called Bama beach.
We arrived just in time to experience the tail end of the sunrise. Besides the view, the monkeys were also greeted us with their catious stares.
One Tiny Beach on the Village Corner
Now, To the Other Side
More Beach to Roam
A Huge Almost Private Beach
There's Enough Beach for Everyone
a.k.a Ninety Nine Problems and the Beach Ain't One.
Lauran Sunrise Panorama
A different day, a different sunrise. It was on the same beach, but not exactly the same location as the previous day. It was beautiful regardless. I came a bit late, so we could go to the beach together. I still amazed by the view.
Sunset at Kuta Beach
Maybe Not This Time
We went to the east side of the island to catch the sunrise, but it was too cloudy to get the view. But, the scene was still amazing.
Dancing With the Sky
As the wind moves the clouds, the boats bounce with the flow of the waves.
People at the Beach
Hot Day at the Beach
The Other Side of the River