Cox’s Bazar is the world’s longest unbroken beach. She is also known by the name Panowa , whose literal translation means, "yellow flower." Its other old name was"Palongkee". It is also a favorite tourist destination for the country people.
At a waterfront in the Gandiol, the handful of fish Oumar catches will feed his family of seven. His hook meanders between plastic bags, rusty cans, and not far from a sewage outlet.
Far from the crowd of summer tourists on the Mediterranean coast, the “Seagull Beach” in Sète (France) spans several hundred meters along the Etang de Thau. Here, there are no roads, no stands, no streetlights.
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