A walk by the ocean - My Family Travels

One of my most favorite traveling experiences I have had is going on vacation with my family to Myrtle Beach. We would go every year on a week before spring break. It gives us time to escape from the real word and just enjoy spending quality time with each other. We get to experience things that we wouldn’t on a regular daily basis. We would get up early just as the sun is rising and take a long walk on the beach. Enjoying the view together and capturing the beautiful moment. One thing I’ll always remember doing is looking for shark teeth. We would sit on the beach for hours sifting through the sand and the sun beats down and sunburns our backs. The moment we would find one little shark tooth we would be so excited.  Another exciting moment I had been with my sister was I found a living sand dollar. I was so excited when I found it because I have never seen anything like it. Walking up and down the beach as the sand rubs against my feet you just enjoy the beautiful view of the ocean, the salty smell of the breeze. Walking down the boardwalk was one of my favorite memories two. Shaking because I was so scared I would fall over and get eaten by a shark, but seeing all the marine life swimming in the deep waters was quite the view. You could see hundreds of jelly fish just floating through the water. I could just picture Sponge Bob and Patrick jumoing around down there to catch them all. After seeing all those jelly fish I wasn’t really a fan of swimming in the ocean. I am terrified of them and sharks. We also went to an alligator farm. That was very interesting because its not something you see every day. The biggest alligator there was about seventeen feet long. I did not want to go any where near that one. Also I met bob, he had to be kept by himself because he had no tale and no way to defend himself. Bob will always be one of those unforgettable memories.  I can remember all the great memories I had with my family and I will never forget them. They are something I will always look back on; they will always put a smile on my face. People eventually move away from their families and move on with their lives. I’m glad I have the memories of spending these times with my family.

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