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What exactly is the single most important commitment that a person could have? It is your house. Your home is the most significant because that is where you and all your family spend nearly all of your time. Family memories are created in your house along the way through the contented, yet from time to time, troublesome responsibilities of raising …
... occasionally used as a hideaway by pirates and Arab merchants until the French began to take control starting in 1756 when a Stone of Possession was laid. Before the French settled these islands they were uninhabited.
The British contested control over the islands between 1794 and 1810. Jean Baptiste Quéau de Quincy, French administrator of Seychelles during the years of war with the United Kingdom, declined to resist when armed enemy warships ...
... moving. We were at the petting zoo! Two more appeared in front of us and slowly swam about unconcerned about our presence in their environment.
We saw many small reef sharks on this and other dives. We have never seen so many sharks that were only a couple feet in length. We were told the next day that a few years ago were were two bull shark attacks which scared the locals and with the help of their media ...
... and waiting to dive. As we were given our dive briefing we learned it was another lucky day as we were the only divers. The normal routine at Octopus is to dive at 9:30 AM, come back for a leisurely surface interval and lunch and dive again at 2:30 PM. That was our schedule for the day and we chose to eat lunch at the dive shop. They order it from a nearby roadside restaurant and it proved to be a tasty bargain. This day it was fried whole fish on rice.
... and watched the sun come up, which was lovely, then went down to the mangrove area and saw the baby lemon sharks under the boardwalk again.
I think that's it for my news from the Seychelles. Thank you for reading my blogs, and I'm really looking forward to seeing everyone again and boring you with my photos (don't worry, I will try to filter out the good ones only!).