The China port in Clifton was AMAZING, the number of people going there because of its beauty was more than enough evidence you needed to go there yourself. A fun fact, the huge 2-and-a-half-kilometer line of weirdly shaped rocks is actually a breakwater, the shape of the rocks is called a tetrapod and those are designed to break large tides of water, thus reducing erosion and making it safer for large ships to move around, plus they look COOL AS ALL HECK. Just look at these perfect pictures of the breakwater;
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JUST LOOK AT HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS
But sadly, not everything lasts forever.
As the public treated it as a recreational place, the amount of public that went there skyrocketed and it caused a lot of disturbance to the environment and to the port, people would come with their families and friends which would cause litter to be thrown into the breakwater and even into the sea, causing pollution and destroying the environment, this was further made worse by the fact that people started promoting the place as a “Must-visit for picnics” destination. There were incidents that were reported to the police about harassment, choriyan and every other thing associated when a large influx of people happens anywhere.
The port is now banned for the public under section 144, you can get a penalty of upto 6 months of imprisonment if it is violated.
We did this to the breakwater, seriously yaar, kabhi to cheeson par gutka na thooka karo
Apparently hamari awaam hi aisi hai ke we have to mess things up, people would come over and not even care about the litter they caused in the place, and seeing those people thele walay bhi wahan aagaye and that just contributed to the pollution.
KABHI TO KUCH SAAF RAKHLIA KARO. PLEASE.