Le Grand Bleu
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... the "ninja" earlier. Just trying to figure us all out.
We were unbelievable exhausted by the time we boarded our flight. We were four of very few westerners on board. The plane was full of Sri Lankans going to work in the Seychelles. I would be lying if I didn’t admit this trip had been freaking me out. Travelling so far with no land below terrified me, I would prefer to crash on land and die instantly than in the ocean where you crash and ...
... you stop with a jerk and look up to the ceiling. It's like some beast out of a Stephen King novel.
But when the weather changed and the sun came out Mahe, the largest island, is so perfect it's no wonder Germans and Russians flock here. They lounge around the pools and wallow in speedos on white sand beaches. Every hotel, from the exotic resorts where every bungalow has it's own ...
October 1, 2014
Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The 155-island country is 932 miles east of mainland Africa. The granitic islands are considered the oldest and hardest granite in the world. The granite is what gives the Seychelles its beautiful piles of boulders. The majority of the islands are uninhabited, with many dedicated as nature reserves.
A transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the ...
... extremely rare in most quarters. We have been entertained by dolphins playing on the surface, but never while diving. They hung around for perhaps five minutes then faded away.
We traveled to another island during our surface interval and made our last dive off Booby Island. We soon came across a giant sting ray sleeping on the bottom. He was approximately five feet in diameter and allowed us to touch ...
... of the islands yet that say “coco de mer”! The plants in the forest are protected and governed and the nuts are registered and sold carefully, probably to high paying clients! And the palm fronds are quite good at making roofs and such. And that’s what I learned in an hour of hard shuffling through the dense forest. And it didn’t cost you anything and you didn’t get sweaty!