In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “On the Way.”
This road is about thirty seconds away from our front gate, and is the one most often followed when going anywhere. Going anywhere usually involves a left turn halfway down the hill. As can be imagined, there is a constant temptation, instead, to continue all the way down the hill and then do a right turn towards that splashy frothy stuff they call the Indian Ocean.
Not as good as we had it when said splash was a minute’s walk through jungle down our front garden (which was fronting on the bit of coastline visible in this picture), but pretty handy nonetheless.