back beach

back beach

[′bak ‚bēch]
(geology)
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According to the incident report from the Malay Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, the 17 Chinese tourists were on board the boat Thursday afternoon in the Bolabog Beach or the resort island's back beach when the incident occurred.
The election has exposed divisions in the global tourist destination best known for its laid back beach culture and rainforest stewardship, but whose rural communities remain deeply conservative.
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During episode 3, (http://www.ibtimes.com/real-housewives-orange-county-season-11-casting-heather-dubrow-weighs-kelly-meza-2347122) Kelly Meza-Dodd , the newest addition to the "RHOC" Season 11 roster, gives the girls a taste of her laid back beach lifestyle.
"The area where the alleged attack took place is well lit but there's a tunnel leading to the back beach.
Besides temples, V?ngTau also has many beaches to explore, including Back Beach (Bai Sau) and Front Beach (Bai Tr?ớc).
The Crab Shack, a noted seafood restaurant at the back beach, shuts for seven weeks during the winter and does not reopen until Valentine's Day, but those who choose to linger in the area while visiting the races can take in sea views at the adjacent Ship Inn.
Having spent the first 16 seasons of his career playing in Southern California and Miami, one might think some of that laid back beach attitude has rubbed off on Seau.
Only four miles up Back Beach Road, we had spotted a Home Helpers/ Ace Hardware store--my home away from home, as it would turn out.
In particular, the 5.6-kilometer road project that is adjacent to Bulabog Beach or Boracay's back beach.