Sarah seemed to be anxious (and not excited) when she saw us loading luggage to the car and then she just kept silent for the first 30 minutes in the journey, until I warmed her up with some snacks. Actually we did tell her where we heading to, but she just say “No No”. Luckily she was okay once we reached the destination.
There was some arcade game at the hotel lobby and she was attracted to it instantly; she keep pressing the buttons and turning the joystick.
After we have checked in and also had a short nap, we headed to the swimming pool. I was worried that Sarah will afraid of the water as compared to her mini pool at home, but she showed no fear at all.
Next, we brought her to the beach. I don’t think she like seaside at this stage because she seems annoyed as the wave kept hitting her. And she is too “hygienic” to play with sand; she needs her hands to be washed every time she touches them.
At the evening we fete ourselves a seafood dinner then proceed to daddy’s hometown. Sarah was so happy during the trip that she doesn’t want to go to sleep at night; she played with all the limited toys available in the hotel room (and the best part was she did not disturbing us while we were reading newspaper and drinking coffee).
It was just a simple trip; the hotel is a bit run down and the seaside is not so clean, to be honest. But nevertheless it is consider a good day off for all of us at the beach.
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