The ocean beach bar
What is the ocean bar at the ocean?
The Ocean Bar is broken up into two bits, a cafe and a bar. We decided to tackle the cafe first. In fairness, a fairly good selection of menu items although it did quite clearly say that you cant mix and match sandwiches - dont even think about adding tomato to your tuna sandwich...!
Is the ocean bar worth a visit?
of something more palatable and having visited the Ocean Bar on a previous visit we thought it would be a good choice Now dont get me wrong, Im not adversed to cheap and cheerful, as long as its the price and service reflects this. The Ocean Bar is broken up into two bits, a cafe and a bar. We decided to tackle the cafe first.
What makes Ocean Beach so special?
At Ocean Beach we provide a unique location for you to enjoy uninterrupted vistas of the Thames Estuary whilst sipping on a glass of wine or your favourite tipple from our well stocked bar.
Why do we find beaches so attractive?
Visually, beach scenes have what Huettel calls “intermediate-level complexity”—a flat expanse of ocean contrasting with a solitary tree or curving beach—which viewers find universally attractive. But he doesn’t believe that the visual appeal or any other physical attribute, such as negative ions, for example, explains the true magic of the beach.
Why do we hear the ocean at the beach?
What we hear at the beach is not all about pitches and frequencies, though. “There’s also this emotional component,” Batts says. This hasn’t been well-documented, but the ocean’s sound “probably triggers deep memories or feelings of relaxation and safety.
Why do we love the ocean?
Ocean waves generate negative ions, charged air particles that have been linked to mental energy and emotional well-being. But others believe we should take a step back from the properties of the ocean itself. Instead, they suggest, the reason the beach brings us such pleasure is what we do when we get there.
Why does the ocean make us feel safe?
This hasn’t been well-documented, but the ocean’s sound “probably triggers deep memories or feelings of relaxation and safety. Some people might even say it’s recalling the womb and your mother’s heartbeat.” Scientists have scanned the brains of volunteers listening to ocean sounds versus traffic noise.