Last Friday evening we decided to take a drive to Beserah, a small fishing village north of Kuantan town. Since my nephew was driving the Honda I had the opportunity to enjoy that short trip down memory lane and watch the familiar scenes of my childhood passes by. In those days of my childhood we would cycle from Kuantan town to Beserah going up and down the narrow winding road through virgin forest. Going up the hill was a bit difficult but we do manage to enjoy the ride up the hill. Then get a free ride downhill up to the small town of Beserah which at that time was just a fishing village. We would then ride further and at time camp on the beach and take a dip in the sea.
On this trip I just took it easy and eventually we found a restaurant beside the sea to have dinner. We were early and had the choice of the best table. We got the table nearest the seafront and watch the wave bashing the beach. Looking at the waves of the China Sea at that moment in time my mind took me to the happening in Japan where the Tsunami has created much damage and lost of lives to the Japanese. This coastal area was not affected by that tsunami although the sea is connected, since the tsunami ripple effect was block by the islands of the Philippines. Had it not been so the east coast of Peninsula Malaysia would be affect by that tsunami.
As I sat waiting for the food to be served I saw the moon over the horizon leaving a reflection on the surface of the open sea, glittering like diamonds. The sea always refreshes me and I felt really good that evening. I took my camera and snap some of the scenic scenes of the evening including that of the moon hovering above over the open sea and sharing it here for all to see and enjoy.
Have a nice day. [Please click on image to enlarge]