From Poktunggal beach we trekking to Seruni beach, walk along the beach to the east. Passing through the rocks and down the coral wall, directly adjacent to the sea, is really exciting. We made it to the first beach safely, passed through the rocks, up and down the reef then along the rocky shore. Then we get to the 2nd beach. The beach is quite spacious and beautiful with white sand. Once satisfied take pictures, we continue the journey to Seruni beach.
And this is where the challenge begins. The track is not easy because it must climb the rocks. Friends are quite difficult in this place. After one by one climb the rocks, only Hanung and Eki, suddenly a big wave came and threw them both. Wow, really tense. Clothes and backpacks are all wet with sea water. Finally, all managed to climb to the reef and prepared to continue the journey. But seeing the big waves, we do not want to take risks. We did not go to the beach and ended up resting on this beach. Once pulled over, Eki and Hanung issued their belongings in a backpack that is all wet. Even Eki had to give up his BB damaged by sea water … 🙁
While drying Hanung & Eki’s wet clothes and trying to make a fire to make instant noodles, we rested long enough here. But many times tried, it was hard to make fire, finally gave up not to make instant noodles. Although it had been a heart sport, my friends can still joke around by saying we like the movie ‘Castaway’, stranded on this beach. Hehehe…
After enough rest and watch the clock was only 9 o’clock in the morning and we continue to Seruni Beach with trekking through the hills. By simply following the path, we continue our journey by trekking to Seruni beach. The view from the top of the hill as we were trekking was really nice. We are trekking on the hills bordering the sea. Friends said extreme but I think fun …. 🙂
After climbing down the hill, and asked the father who was in the field, finally, Seruni beach was visible. But unfortunately little bit dirty because the wood trash is carried by the waves. After a walk around the Seruni beach and take pictures, we take shelter in a hut there. The hut is usually used by locals to rest.
In this hut, we helped light a fire by fathers who happened to be there. It is unbelievable that we ourselves light a fire, whether it will work …: p
Finally, we cook instant noodles here. Because freshwater supplies have run out, I and Fajri taking fresh water on the east coast Seruni beach. Actually, there is a source of fresh water on top of the cave on the Seruni beach but has been piped by local villagers. So I took water through a leaking pipe.
Caves on the beach are just a short, so a kind of overdraft on the reef. Once satisfied to rest and spend a lunch of instant noodles, we decided to return to Poktunggal by trekking through the hills.
And after arriving in Poktunggal, do not forget the photo on the tree icon Poktunggal beach … 🙂