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... pratade med instruktören hade lyckats, men jag fick "nöja mig" med sköldpaddor, leopardhaj, gigantiska hummrar, frog fish, nudibranches och annat skoj såsom stora fiskstim som simmar i sync. Ett av dyken hade fantastiska bågar att simma igenom och ett annat var djupt ner till 38,7 meter, med mängder av fina gorgonians. Allt som allt är jag bara en liten aning bitter över att valhajen valde att hålla sig borta.
Efter mitt allra sista dyk checkade ...
... was amazing! He would spot leaf tailed geckos in a dense forest from 10+ meters away! We saw A LOT of lemurs who were very curious and liked to throw mangos at us if we weren't welcome...lots of snakes (which I don't think Gill was too pleased about :P )...lots of chameleons possibly including the smallest which was tiny, it could sit comfortably on the tip of your little finger! We also got wildlife on camp..we had a big boa which had ...
... Dominique (a regular at Bar Nandipo) for assisting with communications and the staff of Bar Nandipo who dealt with a difficult situation with care and respect. Thankyou also to the staff of the Belle Vue Hotel for their understanding, and Ross (tour operator for Djema Tours) for his assistance and condolences. Finally I would like to express our appreciation to Specialty Assist (World Nomads Travel Insurance), specifically Rickard and Ali, for ...
Day four of our Dhow trip started as the others with a quick ocean dip. Don't know if it was auspicious or not, but Rhiannon (unharmed) was hit in the shoulder by a small flying fish, another Nat Geo moment. We piled on the boat after breakfast, heading for some more snorkelling at the island of Ankazobamarina, used by Italians as THE luxury resort of the Nosy Be area. It was on the way there that my flagging manhood was restored by bagging a Spanish Mackerel, last ...
... and shallow waters around the islands keep them away. Still wouldn't have liked to fall in during our inter-island hops on the Salama Djema, though a sighting of the nicer kind, Whale Sharks, would have been awesome (just shy of the right time of year unfortunately). More snorkelling success for our water babies. Corals, fish and giant clams in evidence despite being less spectacular than Nosy Tanikely. The highlight probably being the dinner catch, ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility