Even though The Sweetest Crumble is mainly about the joy of baking and recipes, I felt that it was also a good idea to add another category with “Sweetest Places” that I really like and pictures that are worth sharing. Last Saturday, I feel in love with Malibu.
I already spent quite some time in California four years ago, but somehow have never made it to Malibu before and it’s been on my bucket list since forever. Being located about one hour by car northwards from Los Angeles, this small city is mainly famous for its high density of affluent inhabitants, celebrities and stunning beaches. Even though El Matador State Beach is probably the most famous one, there are also a number of hidden treasures. The word “private beach” may suggest that these are subject to private use only, but actually it is permitted to swim, walk or just hang around at one of these beaches – as long as you are lucky enough to find the entrance and stay below the high-tide line.
I can imagine that during summer it is very packed and hectic. However, last Saturday, I did not hear much except of the sounds of the ocean (giant waves!) and the humming noise of some mosquitos. Everything else was just far away.