The first thing we did on reaching the resort was to order our lunch. We had pomfret fish thali and it costed around 350rs. The Bhogwe beach was accessible directly from the resort and post lunch we could not resist ourself from visiting the beach. This beach was completely different from what we have seen so far. As it was low tide, we had a wide vast beach in front of us and in one word it was pristine. After doing a quick tour of the resort, we jumped for a quick nap as the after-lunch slump was irresistible.
Post our nap, we went to the beach again and was surprised to see a changed view of the sea. That was the time of high tide and the roaring waves came close by. After engaging in this beauty for sometime, we came back inside the resort and lied down on a hammock till the afternoon time. During the monsoon, there were no water sports arrangement and we had no other plans as well. So the only thing we did was full relaxing. Swinging in a hammock with endless thoughts, surrounded by the crashing sound of the sea waves, give altogether a new perspective towards life. It makes us feel so timid in front of nature.
Dinner was served early as the day gets wrapped early in this village side. Food in the resort was quite delicious and sumptuous.
Post dinner, we went to have a view of the evening sea which had its own beauty, indescribable in words. Pitch darkness engulfed the sea , the sky and the sea became one and uninterrupted. Sparkling stars in the night sky and the surrounding quietness with only the sounds of sea waves, gave an enchanting feeling.