5 Paragraph Descriptive Essay About The Beach
As we started driving out of the airport and into the city, I started to see wondrous things.All the trees had bright pinkish-red flowers just bedecking each branch and if there weren’t any flowers, the trees were laden with mangos, papayas, and star fruit.The waves gently crashed along the shore and pulled themselves closer and closer as if they were beckoning me to join them and play their games.I smiled to myself and decided that I would go join in their fun.I kicked harder and I felt my muscles surge with strength and I propelled further.My lunges started to burn for the need of oxygen, but I refused to go up. Unable to move anymore without more air in my lungs, I swam to the top and thrust out of the water taking a huge breath, filling my lungs with renewed air.After driving for about ten minutes, we slowed down and around the corner was the dazzling sea. We were on a cliff edge made of sharp, black lava rock.
There were red ones, and blue ones, and pink ones, and just about any color you can think of.We drove down to a beach called Sandy’s and I leaped out of the car and ran down to the crystal clear deep blue water.The warm sand squished under my feet and made my calf muscles clench to keep myself balanced and moving.I couldn’t believe my eyes; Hawaii was just so gorgeous and vibrant.Everywhere I looked brilliant rich hues, every color of the rainbow leaped to my eyes.After pushing my way through the crowds of eager tourists, I finally made it to my luggage.After pulling my purple suitcase off the conveyer belt, I made my way to the doors where I was picked up by some of my friends living there.I could taste the strong salty water as it ran down my face and trickled over my lips.Just then I thought, I will never forget this moment, this place, or the experiences I felt while visiting here.When I stepped out of the hot, stuffy plane into the bright, dazzling sunlight beaming down across the burning pavement, I felt nervous and excited.Holding my beach bag in my hand and slipping sunglasses on with my other, I flip-flopped down the airspace. The Hawaiian sun beat down on my skin, warming and basking my arms in its radiance.