Walking and Swimming are Tiresome
March 26, 2017 9:46am CST
Don't you think so? Well, as I have told you in my previous discussion, I went walking to the beach with my siblings and their children. We walked 1 1/2 hours to the beach we wanted. Actually the beach is only 10 minutes walk straight from my house but we went farther to where a talk of the town beach resort was located. We walked along the beach, then along the countryside as there was no more pathway for us along the beach. We passed through a remote village with coconuts, bananas, nipa plants, fish ponds and mangroves. The walk was easy as we have the end goal of a not visited beach yet. Well, we have not been to this beach until today. It was a long walk as the youngest of us was 10 years old but it was a worthy walk. When we arrived at our destination, we took a rest first, drunk our drinks and enjoyed the solemn sun rising of a new day. Btw, we didn't go inside the resort. We just made our picnic nearby, which was free. We started to swam in the fresh clear water of the sea. We enjoyed it. The children were playing and having fun. We swam and took our picnic every now and then. We stayed there for 3 hours and then walked one third of the way until we saw a tricycle and this brought us home tired and wet. I was so tired that I slept the whole afternoon. I was sure the rest of my companions were taking a nap too. I was also sure that my 10 and 11 years old nieces were fighting to take a nap and were watching TV in my house. I wonder if they can go to school tomorrow. My body is so sore from swimming. Maybe, theirs not. SO, how was your weekend?
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It sounds very tiring just reading about it. Wow, 1 1/2 hours to get there. I would just plop myself down wherever and take a long nap. I used to love to walk but then I think I hurt my foot or something and then I got out of the habit. Since I got my scooter I do not walk as much as I did before and I get tired very easily.