I’m big into beaches; I’m serious about sand.
I do “seashore” better than shuffle-board champion, South Florida retirees with white hair and metal detectors. I do it so well, I pee sea, even when land-locked in Kentucky in the dead of winter.
I’ve been lucky though, beach-blessed, if you will. In recent years I’ve strolled some of the best beaches in the world.
In Vietnam, for example, a long thin country with an entire eastern border exposed to the Pacific—we saw striking stretches of sea and sand, adjacent to magnificent mountains that are a far eastern extension of the Himalayas.
But, by far, the best beach we visited hugged the country’s central shore, south of the UNESCO World Heritage town of Hoi An in Phu Yen Province.
So, today—a photographic tour of one remote beach in this region . The images, I think, speak for themselves. Hope you enjoy————————
If you could visit any beach in the world, where would it be?