Sunrise in St Martin's Island - Bangaldesh

Sunrise in St Martin's Island, Bangaldesh


There are very few places in Bangladesh from where you can enjoy both the sunset and sunrise. St Martin's Island is one of those. From the island it is possible to enjoy sunset and sunrise easily. We have stayed two days there, and everyday we have enjoyed the sunrising in morning. Best place to watch the sunrise in St Martin's Island is from the Eastern side of the island.


Sunrise in St Martin's Island, Bangaldesh


To see the sunrise you have tow wake up early in morning. And if the sunrise watching spot is far from your hotel then you have to walk for a while. That's why we have chosen to stay near the eastern side of St Martin's Island. 06:42am in morning was the sunrising time for the day. So we waked up at 06:30am in morning and within a minutes reached at the beach beside the hotel.


Sunrise in St Martin's Island, Bangaldesh


The sky around the beach was a bit foggy as it was winter. I was a bit tensed about the view of the sunrise. But slowly the sun started to showing its face. I have watched a lot of sunrises in my life, but never experienced anything at sea or river. Also none of those were from the zero minute. So I was exulted by my first experience. It was kind of nothing at the eastern sky and suddenly portion of a red ball appears few meters above the sea level. And slowly that converts into a red ball.


Sunrise in St Martin's Island, Bangaldesh


In the morning the weather was chilling and the wind from the ocean was blowing heavily as it was winter. It was a different kind of feeling on such incident. There was a large group who were also with us to enjoy the beauty of sunrise. Bonus was the invigorating breezes from the ocean. Those exuberant group was doing some light exercise in beach too. It would be nice to stay in the tent at night and enjoy the sunrise form the tent.


Sunrise in St Martin's Island, Bangaldesh





This article has written by Lonely Traveler,
for the blog http://icwow.blogspot.com/



Saturday, 21 January 2012


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