Our home is near beaches

@cacay1 (32401)
Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
November 15, 2015 5:42am CST
Our home is near beaches almost 3,000 meters away from home and 10 meters away from the National Highway.Every night I go to roof top and watch the waves and listen to their sounds that are like music to my ears.I feel relaxed. But sad to say, when there is storm,it is scary to look at the sea,horrible height of the waves tossing , dancing and running and waving wildly.
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@youless (87667)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Nov 15
That's great that you live so close to the beaches. This is the life I look forward to. Unfortunately there are no beaches in my city. There are so beaches in another cities nearby. But it is still a loss that the beaches are unavailable here. I think children will like it much more. Besides swimming, they can also have fun to play in the beaches.
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@cacay1 (32401)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
16 Nov 15
Really? China is so wide and must travel by plane city to city or by a train. I been there in Chang Chun City. I taught at Jilin University,but shortly only It is so cold there...
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@youless (87667)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Nov 15
@cacay1 Yes, China is a big country. I can only a shirt in Guangzhou, but perhaps you need to wear a big coat in Beijing. It is better for you to check the weather before going there. I had a travel to Jinlin two years ago. And we went there for Wu Song Island. I took many beautiful photos about the snow there. After that, we went to Haerbin and it was also great.
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@cacay1 (32401)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
18 Nov 15
@youless That was supposed to be done...before going there.My friends there brought with them a big map of the world.
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@salonga (28078)
• Philippines
15 Nov 15
I dream of living near the beach but I dread huge waves. Have you experienced devastation of flood or Tsunami?
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@salonga (28078)
• Philippines
18 Nov 15
@cacay1 Oh my God! That was so tragic! I pray it will not happen again.
@wetnosedogs (1571)
• United States
15 Nov 15
It sounds lovely..
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@cacay1 (32401)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
16 Nov 15
Yes, we had during that Sendong and Pablo storms...so scary beaches were destroyed and trees uprooted, so horrible...but we stayed in a big hotel..
@cacay1 (32401)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
16 Nov 15
Yes, somewhat lovey if there is no storm only light waves, so cool and relaxing...
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• Philippines
16 Nov 15
It's nice to know a fellow Kagay-anon here in mylot! And it's a coincidence too that you're living a few meters away from the sea because our house is also situated a few meters away from it. However, our house is separated by a sea wall which prevents me from getting the same experience as you do. I agree: life near the beach is both scary and wonderful at the same time. The danger it pose during storms and the tranquility it gives during other times is just surreal.
@cacay1 (32401)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
16 Nov 15
wow, thanks. Are you also from Cagayan de Oro City? Nice meeting you here...
@amnabas (9955)
• Karachi, Pakistan
15 Nov 15
Sometimes they are soothing but sometimes they have the ability to scare you.
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@cacay1 (32401)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
15 Nov 15
So true during hard rain and ferocious storms....
@allknowing (58152)
• India
15 Nov 15
You have a choice to avoid those moments when the sea is angry just as we avoid those who lose their temper
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@cacay1 (32401)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
15 Nov 15
Very well said my dear...
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@birjudanak (7165)
• India
4 Dec 15
you are so lucky because i like beaches more while i visit Sri Lanka,its really nice experience,while i visit beach i am totally relax and fee that i just walk and walk. i forget everything and just enjoy there because its my favorite.while i there i went daily at beach.which is in front of my hotel. While i Wake up in morning and see beach its give me inspiration.