As you might have guessed by now, Tamarin Bay is a beach that we very often go to.
Sometimes just to sit under the trees while the children play, to go for a walk on the beach up to the Tamarina beach club, or to swim in the waves.
One idle afternoon though, as we came to Tamarin Bay, we decided that instead of going by the beach as usual we would spend some time by the river.
We went up to ‘La Passe’ and walked back up.
Funny how just a slight shift in our usual ‘promenade’ gave us a completely different perspective of the area. We didn’t feel at the beach anymore.
Even though Rempart mountain reminded us that we were still at ‘La Baie’.
We could see the Tamarin bridge a little further away.
The boats looked peaceful on the calm water or on dry land.
It was not a bright sunny afternoon, and yet the reflections in the water were just stunning!
We walked up to a big mound of sand, where my son had a lot of fun climbing on and jumping off!
Unfortunately, we couldn’t go very far up the river, so we mostly took our time and appreciated the change in scenery. Even though we only spent a short time, we enjoyed it thoroughly.
What about you? Did you ever experience a familiar place in a completely different way? Which place was it? What did you do differently?