En inglés, that’s “Window Beach”.
A little river runs through it.
People used to have to walk down a path to get here. Now there’s a road. So there’s a barrier to keep folks from driving smack on to the beach.
Coconut palms shade the shore.
Palm leaves can be big.
They’re tough, too.
Make a table.
But what about the windows?
Ventanas, en español.
They are caves in the rock that extend through a headland to the beach, formed by years of erosion from the strong Pacific swells. The tide was high while we were there, and it wasn’t safe to go inside. From inside looking out, they’re very windowy.
We’ll come back when the tide is lower.
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