Thetraveljunkie.org – A day after Lebaran day, we went to Tyrone Beach and Moonah Woodland Walk in Blairgowrie for an exercise and play. We went there early, around 8am. It was a 20 minute walk from home. we’ve done something spontaneous. We brought breakfast and it was pretty damn super yummy. There were rendang, opor ayam, crunchy fried noodles, bananas, kue putri salju, spinach smoothies, coffee and tea.
The sky was so blue and the water was a bit too cold for a swim.
Nonetheless, the colour of the water turned into a brilliant turquoise everytime the sun peeked out from behind a cloud and hit the ocean.
Such a lovely morning!
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