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wow, i would so love to head to the beach and soak my feet in the water.... lovely feeling...:)forgot to ask u = in chn or gone back?
hey, the devbagh beach is beautiful..you must go there - there are too many pics -thats why I am posting them one at a time ..am back in bangalore :)
yeah ! thats so true. I had my trip last dec., enjoyed the place very much. More pics ???
hey, no offense, but do you get paid for travelling? i mean, how the hell do you manage so many outings then, you lucky you :)oh, and yes, heard enough and more about karwar and its beaches
well you are going to be my one stop travel guide when i want to see these parts of indiathanks for sharing
This is lovely....Vacationing in the sea beaches and watching the waves in the summer months does help refresh the mind & the body...I simply love it....beautifully captured shots too!
Beautifully captured the foaming and it gives a good pattern too!
I've never been to Karnataka's beaches although I've visited the state several times.But Kerala's beaches are spectacular ....
You have a good collection of wonderful shots. Thanks for treating us to them one by one.
Hi Lakshmi, this week was another hectic one, so I’m sorry to have been a bit absent from here. Anyhow, TGIF, so I managed to drop by to see some wonderful pictures. Loved the beach, but the sand looked a bit too brown sugar... ;)Hope you enjoy Oia and its fabulous sunsets at Blogtrotter. Perivolos has black volcanic sand... Browner!Have a great weekend!Gil
alok - yes, its a very beautiful beach..there is so much to post actuallydharamabum -planning to make travelling my vocation ..:)ceedy - anytimekalyan- after a long time, went to a beach and it was so serene ..untouchedreeta -thanks..jeevan -thanks and welcome to backpakker..I love the foam ..David - karwar beaches are still not as commercialised as goa or kerala ..Indrani -thanks..I am going to post one at a time as there are quite a fewGill - thanks for dropping by , the sand may be brown , but the seas were either a snowy white or a brilliant blue at times
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