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... a tennis ball down and the ball on its own sucked in from the pressure. He also took a colour chart down and it was interesting to see the different colours under so deep, some had changed. Jamie was in the water as well with SCUBA Sam and doing her 3rd dive – her blisters on her feet are playing up in the fins. An example of my SCUBA Log below from yesterday:
Date 5 Dec 2014
... an orange canvas of burning light poking through the cloud mass; an awesome sight that disappears relatively quickly – not too long to savour.
Back to the apartment, relaxing with a bottle of Sav Blanc on the balcony watching some people light fireworks that were left over from the Deepavali Festival (Indian Christmas in October).
Off to bed after another big day in Denaru.
... no pizza. The sea was rough so the pontoon was lurching around - the pontoon is not near land. It is out at sea so is very exposed. The only section sheltered from the high wind comprised four huge daybeds. I flopped on a daybed but the stench of cheesy feet and stinky unwashed sofa covers made me prefer the deck chair exposed to sun and wind. I lay there with my sulu over my head and body to protect me from the wind. The sulu had to be tucked under my body ...
... amp; lounge room. Off the lounge is a decent size balcony that overlooks the sweeping vista of the Mamanuca Islands – a place that I have done around 7 SCUBA Dives – our view is spectacular and as we sit and drink a ‘Wild Witch’ Shiraz or two we are mesmerised by the dancing and glittering sunlight of the occasional rolling white peaked wave. There’s no boats, jet skis or activity in the water – just a few seagulls in ...
... when we reach melbourne in December! There was also a free submarine we got to go on which was really cool. Didn't think we'd see much at all as everyone says the coral and sealife are all dead here but pleasantly surprised. Within the first few minutes of submerging we spotted a pretty big stingray and lots of fish, including a dory from finding nemo! Some other people managed to see turtles but with my poor eyesight couldn't see any through the water! Our second day on ...
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