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... before, but thankfully he said I hadn't been. I was the joke for the morning with my nails, everyone asking if I was feeling rough. I felt fine pretty soon though because I was the first down the slide and then for a dive. On the second dive German Daniel asked for me to do something different. So I did my first ever front flip!
After breakfast we went snorkelling again and saw sooooo many fish. It was chuffing ...
Up early this morning and sat on the deck watching the other boats leaving the anchorage, each night they all come together at a calm anchorage out the wind and current and then they disperse each morning. Our skipper popped over to a huge yacht last night for a lobster dinner, rumours are he will be it's captain next year. Just a short hop for us this morning to a strip of sand that is pretty much covered at high tide, ...
... going to dive, I was going to save money and just snorkel, but once I was on the boat, and met the instructor , Richie, who talked about the diving, I couldn't resist the opportunity. In 20 years time the Great Barrier Reef might not exist, it is a vastly dying organism, and therefore an opportunity not to be missed. There were a lot of people wanting to dive, a lot of Chinese, in fact half the boat were Chinese which was bit daunting to begin with, but over the 3 days a ...
... when we had about 6 batfish, this time we had one large and rather beaten-up looking batfish who chased away any others who tried to come close and share the food Sandy gave him. A really bully!
While moored in Blue Pearl Bay a hungry seagull stole a slice of bread that was on the back of the boat and then accidentally dropped it in the water. A White-bellied Sea-Eagle saw the bread and swooped down to pick it up but was immediately ...
A heavenly nectar, they come
in a flock of perhaps ten or eleven, their
green,red ,orange and intense blue
featherings startling the sunlight as
they group together on the feeding dish
replete with honey water,chirruping
their bright orange beaks describing
a cirlce, then wings a flutter, ...
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