The Beauty of Cape Cod

Updated: Jan 13, 2019



I would occasionally take out my camera to just have a browse of pictures that I took during my amazing journeys in the past.


Most of my journeys are either adventurous, action-packed, or relaxing at the end of the day. Nonetheless, one trip which stands out the most in the recent years would be my trip to Cape Cod.


Located just a little bit less than 2 hours away by driving from Boston, Cape Cod is an easily-accessible travel destination for a weekend getaway or even a day trip, if you happened to be around the Boston area.


For those of you who do not own a car, an easy way to get there without a car is to take the express bus from Boston South Station. Simply hop on the bus, and get off at Hyannis Transportation Center.



One of the things that you definitely have to do when you visit a costal town is to try some of their seafood.


As soon as I arrived Hyannis, I immediately went on searching for the best seafood restaurant in town. Then I came across this restaurant -- Spanky's Clam Shack.


Along with a friend of mine, we shared a Steamed Clams over Linguini, Roasted Atlantic Salmon, as well as some freshly caught oysters. And some of their renowned clam chowders of course.



While the dishes certainly do not have the captivating appearance as the ones that you could find in my tasting posts (which I wouldn't expect that as well), they definitely resonate well with the casual and seaside atmosphere of the restaurant.


On top of that, you could feel that the shellfish being served are really fresh, like if they are really caught not long ago.


All in all, I would totally recommend Spanky's Clam Shack if you visit Cape Cod.



What made the trip so memorably, however, was the scenery of Cape Cod.

After walking around the town of Hyannis for a while, my friend and I decided to head towards to Kalmus Beach, one of the Southernmost beach in Cape Cod where you could just see the endless scenery of Atlantic Ocean in front of you.



The Sun was about to set by the time I arrived Kalmus Beach already, as it takes about 35 minutes to walk there from Hyannis.


However, you can really see the color of the sky started to shift dramatically throughout an hour's time of the day.


As for now, I'll leave it just right here for you to enjoy this beautiful scenery.





Hyannis and Kalmus Beach are definitely some of the top places that you should visit if you are around the Boston area.


Hopefully I would be able to visit Cape Cod again, and explore the other parts of it.


#CapeCod #Hyannis #KalmusBeach #travel #Massachusetts #photography

© 2023 by The Suitstainable Man. Proudly created with Wix.com