Or just enjoy the ride on a four-wheeled all terrain beach
vehicle with the early evening wind in your hair. If you are an aspiring bird
watcher, you might like to know that late afternoon is a good time to catch a glimpse
of the two resident old eagles hovering above the kampong; the hornbills too.
In the evening, dinner will be served when you hear the gentle knocks from an old
weathered, hollowed out tree trunk, provenance unknown.
After a quiet seafood dinner and a bottle of Chardonnay, it's time to behold the night
sky for the remainder of the day. On a starry,starry night, you might see the Southern
Cross, an important navigational aid to ancient mariners. On another clear
evening, gaze and wonder at the constellation of Orion the Hunter, banished by
Zeus, the ancient Greek God of the sky, to spend eternity in the heavens.
Then before you retire for the day and with a rising tide, you can hear the rolling
waves in the darkness of the beach and if they feel enchanted, the fireflies come out
Life is good here.