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... and past the reef is the drop off. I read that within 1/2 mile of shore there are vertical drops of 800 to more than 1,500 feet. I believe it! It is straight down, and the visibility is incredible.
We feel that we are swimming in an aquarium and the coral is outstanding. In closer to the bubbles there is not a lot of coral; I wonder if it is because of the bubbles and the warmer water? What an amazing experience.
The second Princess tour is leaving. ...
... excitement as at least 4 of the 9 tourists in our group had already seen the same thing on our earlier hikes. Nevertheless, we turned around and stopped off at a set of three bathing pools fed solely by the hot springs up above. The water was cloudy and had an orange tint, due to the high iron content, and the sulfur smell was quite strong here. Jen and I dangled our feet in as the group coalesced into the "hot tub" and chatted for about 15 minutes. Then I spotted a ...
... into the water, but never came up. He looked and looked for he, but didn't find her, so he just bathed, picked up the comb, and went back to the village. That night, he had a dream where she came to him and told him to go put back her comb. The next day, he brought the comb back, put it in the spot where he picked it up, and waited. Nothing happened until he turned around to see something, and when he turned back, the comb was gone. ...
... in to do so, but it was way too cold for me, so I hopped right out and went under cover to dry off as it was still raining out side. Once we were out and dressed, we got some local fruit as a parting gift and were on our way.
After a day of being wet (ocean, rain, pools), you'd think that the first thing I'd want is to get dry. Nope- I wanted a shower, badly. After the shower I did want to get dry.After I was cleaned and dried off, I ...
... lake and hot springs was formed by a very recent (geologically speaking) volcanic eruption that occurred in 1880. Doing this hike with a geologist and a guide was excellent as Matthew and I learnt a lot about the origins of our surroundings.
I have included many pictures of the springs and lake. They speak for themselves. The boiling lake is the second largest one in the world. The largest boiling lake is ...
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