Dinesh Karthik Feels Sipping Hot Coffee By Scenic Beach Is The Best Therapy

by Sanmita A
Dinesh Karthik Feels Sipping Hot Coffee By Scenic Beach Is The Best Therapy

Beach views are therapeutic. And, Team India’s keeper-batter, Dinesh Karthik totally agrees, as he shared a post from the beaches in Trinidad. Sharing a series of pictures, Dinesh Karthik wrote, ‘No better therapy than coffee and beach 🏖️🌊’ In the first two snippets, Karthik can be seen sipping coffee while staring at the views. The third photograph is a group photograph from the beach. Well, clearly they are having a great time at the beach before the 2nd T20I vs West Indies.

Dinesh Karthik In Trinidad

In his post, Karthik has also added the hashtags beach and Trinidad. The cricketer is seen in a relaxed mode on a Sunday by the beach. Something all of us would love to do ahead of a hectic week. And his next match is today (Monday) at Park in St. Kitts. Surely, they headed to the beach before the Monday match. Previously, team India had successfully beaten West Indies at Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad on Friday.

Take a look at Dinesh Karthik’s dreamy pictures by the Trinidad beach, where he looks all calm before the match on Monday.

 

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Trinidad, Team India & The Gorgeous Beaches

Going by the posts and updates, Team India has surely had a good start on Friday. And, by looking at Dinesh Karthik’s post, they are clearly rejuvenated to play the match on Monday (August 1). For those who don’t know, West Indies is a scenic place and has great beaches too. And, looks like Team India is trying to make the most of it by sighting the therapeutic beaches. Trinidad has a number of beaches with the most exotic views that the locals and travellers flock to. Among Marianne Beach, Matura Bay, Paria Bay, and Quinam Beach, the most popular with people is Maracas Bay.

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