Sunset at the Red Sea
You all know I’m a sucker for sunrises and sunsets. Moving here in Saudi Arabia, I’ve got to see the setting sun every day, without a fail. And the best thing about that is I can enjoy such a golden spectacle from our balcony.
Every afternoon, I’ve got to endure watching one of the best things in life! 😉 Though life can be really lonely here in the KSA, the sunset reminds me to be grateful for being alive.
The Red Sea is just two minutes walk from our gated apartment.
Five or six times a week, I am out there at the beach to witness one of nature’s best moments.
There, I’ve got to enjoy it for free.
There is literally nothing to do in Saudi Arabia (especially where I am now). So, I’m just glad that I live by the Red Sea.
Watching the sunset at the Red Sea is the a new habit I’ve acquired since arriving here in Saudi Arabia five weeks ago.
When I’m in the mood, I’d go swimming after the golden orb shows no more.
The shoreline is kinda dirty though. Glass and plastic bottles are everywhere in the shoreline. Broken glasses are ubiquitous, too.
There are scrap metals and unwanted tires (some are half burnt) scattered along the beach.
The beach itself is shallow and muddy and if you go further to the sea, it’s kinda thorny because of the dead corals. I wear water shoes when I go swimming in there. But, it’s ok. I’ve got to find the best out of it, right?