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We were afforded the opportunity to stay in our cottage until 12:00. The sun was bright and the sea was calm, we kayaked out to the reef. We spent a bit too much time snorkeling and almost got caught with the water being too shallow for us to make it back to shore without damaging the coral. I swam back and nearly scraped my hands.
We packed up, had our last dip in the pool and ...
As soon as we woke up we went straight to the pool. We had breakfast and went into the ocean for some snorkeling. It got some awesome pictures of fish and of me and Jack. We stayed out there for about 45 minutes. It was nice and easy getting out there, but we getting back in was a challenge because it was low tide and you could see the ...
... yellow. The school was in a u shape with a open area in the middle. When walked back to our cottage and had lunch.
Later we went to a really jaw dropping beach it was magnificent. There were enormous out cropping and palm trees it was all drop dead gorgeous. Later when we started walking back to our place we saw jumbo turtles. They were gigantic. There was about 15 of them , we saw a guy bring corn stocks ...
... 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 ...
... 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!).