We had our lunch in the hotel and went to our room to relax for a while. Sanvi was tired as well and she slept soon after reaching our room. We also relaxed and had a chat about the sites we had
visited and our experience so far. Still half day was spread in front of us and we thought to visit a less crowded place in the evening. My husband talked to the travel desk of the hotel and they
suggested us to visit Suvali beach.
After around and hour, we headed towards the beach. As told by the hotel staff, the beach was at a considerable distance from the city. We also took some eateries from the hotel. We reached the beach and liked the beautiful and clean beach instantly. It was not very crowded and few people were walking on the sand.
This beach was giving a nice and refreshing view. Though the beach has a drawback of being far from the main city and is not much commercialized, it was worth a visit. The Beach was a serene
destination and this black sandy beach was mostly popular amongst solitude seekers.
Many couples were there and were enjoying their privacy. Sanvi wanted to go to the sea water and enjoy some splash, but we lovingly stopped her, as we were warned by the hotel crew as well as our cab driver as not to go near the water as the sand near it tends to slip inside. Many people had drowned there while attempting to swim. So we just enjoyed the huge beach by strolling there and exploring the developing tourist spot.
We had taken Sanvi’s toys along with us and so she was busy making her sand castles. We also made some sand arts and remembered our childhood days. We played for long and bought some snacks from the limited options of stalls available on the beach. Having a small picnic at the beach was wonderful. Though we missed going swimming, owing to the danger of drowning incidents, we avoided it. It was told that during tides, one can get encircled by water. The beach was dangerous in that way and one has to be careful. We returned from the beach before sunset.