We were able to visit this beautiful spot with a group of teenagers who delighted in walking on the sea floor at low tide. I have vivid memories of the laughter and squeals of delight and disgust as the mud squished up between their toes.
Pictures can simply not do this beautiful place justice. You must see it to believe it. Do yourself the pleasure of visiting this place -- it should be on every bucket list.
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