Chateau St Cloud
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... and the visibility was a little milky in the distance. Maybe it’s the granite particulate. We encountered a couple of turtles, one just munched on coral while we petted him. We saw several sharks, balls of snappers and the usual array of tropical color when we heard a clicking noise. There 50 feet from us were nine dolphins. We don’t need to tell our friends who dive that an underwater encounter with ...
... sea mounts or in a channel between.
Our first dive was at a spot named Corral Garden. It should be named Octopus Garden. We saw more Octopus on this dive than we have seen in a lifetime of 800 dives. They were big and most were out and about. Most octopuses are nocturnal, shy and hide in crevices. These guys were out and about and the size of two hands. That was a pretty exciting start. We did the lunch and went diving again at 2:30 with a ...
I'm sad today because it is my very last hours in the Seychelles. No more beautiful beaches and mountain hikes to wonderful views. I really enjoyed staying in the four season’s hotel it beats staying at home. I really hope the school group enjoyed their stay as well. I thoroughly enjoyed the activities held over the days they were awesome I’m going to miss the ...
... bay, near the main channel, are vital turtle feeding grounds. Here, hawksbill turtles and the well-camouflaged moray eels are commonly encountered while large clusters of catfish are also often seen sheltering amongst the granite boulders.
The turtles were everywhere and the tourists were dying for photos alongside such a beautiful marine creature. So I took this photo:
There were tourists of ...
... of their swim and then set off on their return journey. It was somewhere along the way that we realized it was much further to swim, than we had thought when viewed from the sea as apposed to the land even though it was low tide. Distance there and back guessed at maybe 1.5 km.
While the swimmers were making their way back to shore, the back up vehicles paddled around Bat island where they saw parrot fish nibbling on the coral and a rock covered with crabs. The sea ...