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Sweet Temptations At Aberdeen Beach

ICE CREAM SCREAMS!!

Since the days are longer here in summer, we take full advantage of that.  Eventhough Aaron comes home after 6pm each evening, we still have time to take a long stroll from our place to the beach in broad daylight.  The walk to the beach takes around half hour and by the time we reach home, it is still very bright at around 8pm or after. 

So what lured me to the beach even though it takes one hour walk?  None other than my favourite desserts... Ice Cream!  Aaron tempted me with an invitation... "Wanna have ice cream at the beach?"  Jom, let's go!! Desserts before dinner, how about that?  LOL..
After a 15 minutes walk, we have to ascend a hill....
It overlooks some buildings... and....
... the beach of course.....
Just beautiful.... despite the cold...
Wow...I see a strong boy here... or am I the weak one?
Nice evenings during the summer....
... to have evening walks..... stay healthy!!
And we joined in the crowd on this day.....
Yay!! Got what we wanted... our purpose in walking....
He chose the soft ice cream whereas mine is the scoopy type!!
And after that, a long walk home again...
Calories justified... dinner next!!

 

Comments

  1. I would enjoy that long walk along the beach - the weather there is heavenly, not here...not in our tropical heat!

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  2. This is a beautiful place to be able to walk!!!

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  3. So nice to be able to just walk to the beach to eat ice cream whenever you feel like it.

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  4. What a heavenly bliss to walk and eat ice cream by the ocean!! Stay there forever lah.

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  5. What a beautiful sky, what a beautiful beach and very nice weather too! I wish i can go there.

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  6. I love summer. Longer time, more adventure and walking. Haha.

    What a beautiful beach.

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  7. How I wish I could have strolls like this over here!

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  8. Beautiful place to enjoy the beach and the ice-cream.

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