Indian Ocean Lodge
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What exactly is the single most important commitment that a person could have? It is your house. Your home is the most significant because that is where you and all your family spend nearly all of your time. Family memories are created in your house along the way through the contented, yet from time to time, troublesome responsibilities of raising …
... the time when the supercontinent of Godwin was divided into smaller parts, leaving the Seychelles islands between the present day Madagascar and India.
For our last night we ventured into a restaurant we had previously passed. When we showed up most tables were reserved but they found a a spot for us on the veranda. Susan had Creole Prawns and Joe Ginger Crab. This restaurant, the Prilogue was the best so far on the island and we lamented it was our last dinner. ...
... entertaining nuisance. After sharing breakfast, we made it to the dive shop and were happy to hear conditions were favorable to head to Marianne Island. We had to abort our trip there on Sunday. Seven divers including us headed off. It was a bit choppy but we were finally successful.
The island has really interesting granite spires which continue underwater which make for a magical swim. There was a lot ...
September 26-29, 2014
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September 26th was our first full day in the Seychelles. We had booked five days of diving with Octopus Diving which is on the property of the Bayajan Praslin Hotel, our home. After a healthy buffet breakfast at the hotel, we headed for the dive shop at 9 AM and went through the process of showing" C” Cards, selecting ...
... watched the shooting stars for a while. There are still loads of the hatchlings in the bucket that really don't want to come out yet! Bless them :-).
We were shown a documentary fisheries film about the illegal fishing and how it's affecting the fish populations around the world, which was a bit of an eye opener. Apparently 50% of the fish we eat is fished illegally! It made me think twice about eating fish!
I can't believe I've ...