It was a beautiful (yet far) place. It took us almost three hours just to get there. The travel was worth it though.
An emo-ing chair. Just because.
I wasn't able to take much photos of the place
and I actually forgot to copy the nice ones on my USB, wtf but all I can say is the place is so, so beautiful. The water temp was just right and the beach was wide enough to accommodate a lot of people. The water was super clear too! They also have a banana boat ride (BANANA BOAT FTW!), jet ski rentals, and snorkeling.
I always take a photo of my feet when I'm in a new place.
Anyway, this is a BJD blog right?
It was the perfect chance to take Alice to the beach. Axis wanted to come but he's face-less until now, so he'll just have to wait for my next trip.
Alice says hi!
I had second thoughts about bring Alice. Mainly because its a beach and beaches are sunny and sand can scratch resin and might get in between her joints. Right. But after contemplating long and hard, I ended up bringing her so she can experience going to the beach.
I was extra cautious of course. No direct sunlight and extra care when posing her in the sand.
I was lucky that there were trees on the beach. This particular spot was covered enough for a mini-shoot.
One of my fave shots. <3
After our mini-shoot, I immediately inspected her for scratches and sand in between her joints. I found none, fortunately. I also did a quick clean-up and carefully removed the sand in between her toes with a gummy eraser (the sand will stick to the eraser so no worries about scratches).
Oh, and I crocheted everything she wore to the beach! It was my first time to crochet a bikini and I had no pattern on hand, so I was pretty pleased with the turn-out. I still have to refine the panties though because they don't fit well.
And then, we had to leave.
While waiting for everyone to board the bus.
She sneaked onto the driver seat and pretended to drive the bus. My officemates found it amusing. The driver (who caught us, eep!) laughed real hard.
Alice bonding with my teammate. I wonder what they're looking at.
It was fun! I look forward to bringing Alice (and Axis of course) to new places soon. :)