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... them, and the sharks and rays that show up tend to be younger and smaller. Luckily a lot of them were still milling around, so we had quite a long time swimming amongst them snapping a ton of pictures before the next group began to show up. It was a bit unnerving at times, having anywhere from 30 to 50 black tips and sting rays swimming close to you, especially the sharks as they are quite curious and would swim head on until ...
... want to swim with the dolphins so badly but it’s over $200 so I think
I’ll wait for a different time or contract.
After that we stopped the boat near another boat that was hosting and
excursion. There were a bunch of people in the water, swimming and snorkeling
and there were SHARKS EVERYWHERE! Literally sharks. They were small but there
were so many of them! And then after that we finally made it to the island Fare
Hone which means “House ...
... I couldn’t believe that after that
amazing massage I had to stand in my uniform and say hi to people who had been
traveling all day and just wanted to get in bed. But through that I met one of
the steward’s named Charlie from Honduras. Back home he is a welder and wants
to weld on a ship but he has to be a steward first, poor guy I hope he gets to
weld after this contract.
And that was my day! I recommend everyone to go out and get a massage ...
... the trails.
The last few hours of our hike were all about exploring! Since heading back the same way we came would just be boring, we decided to move onward to the trails that went down the other side of the pass, which actually ended up being closer to Camping Nelson than the trails we started on. By this point, the sun was high as it was finally afternoon and it was HOT. The bugs had started to come out, and we kept them at bay with a near constant stream of bug spray ...
... paradise. Another volcanic isle as seen by the sharp peaks, and protected by it’s own coral reef, Moo’rea is very mountainous, very green, with amazing (I keep using that word!) water. So blue – so many shades of blue. And so clear you can’t tell the depth. ...