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... none of us were hungry in the slightest but we still enjoyed a BBQ feast followed by a delicious fresh coconut which we could drink and then open to eat the fresh flesh.
After lunch we had another hour to enjoy the beautiful lagoon before we began the journey back and a stop at the long awaited pass for some awesome snorkelling.
Sadly things were about to take a turn for the worst….. we all gathered back on our respective boats for ...
... just stood on shore than if I got in the water.
The weather was really really hot! Even the locals said this was a hot day. We got back to the ship around 3. I kept thinking I wanted to see more of the island/atoll, but did not know what to do, and it was too hot to walk more.
Back on the ship, took the shower and cleaned up. Boy it felt wonderful! Then I started packing .... Sad isn't it?! The cruise is almost over - 2 ...
... 8217;t manageable if you were a good swimmer. Here we were given an hour to snorkel. Keith and I stayed together and we saw everything from a lion fish, to trigger fish, to beautiful angel fish and even some black tipped reef sharks thrown in for good measure. I wasn’t afraid of them since I knew they weren’t going to bother me. The coral was beautiful—myriads of colors and types. We worked around the entire coral head and ...
... are the main transportation. It was Hot. And Humid. And Hot. We finally went back to the ship just before noon.
We laid out by the pool for a couple of hours. Would you believe Randy ran into an old business associate on board the ship? What an extremely small world.
We lazed around all afternoon and then changed for dinner. We didn't have reservations but we were able to get into ...
... way down they saw really special fishes like a unicorn, tuna, puffer, Napoleon, parrot, barracudas and a white tip reef shark. Another exiting part of this dive was the different cleaning stations. A cleaning station is a place were smaller fishes clean the bigger ones. Amazing to see! Then they heard a lot of dolphin sounds and another sound which they thought it could be a whale. However, Jorgen, Samuel and Ariane could not find them although ...