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... de Mer is a spectacular palm that grows to a height of 82 to 112 feet. It is fan-shaped with leaves 23 to 33 feet long and 15 feet wide, and its stems are 13 feet long. The largest double nut recorded weighed 93 pounds. There are male and female trees.
We got into the swing of driving on the left side although Susan was constantly warning we were too close to the edge which was frequently a two foot deep cinder block water ditch. The park is in the middle ...
... 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 ...
September 26-29, 2014
Bayajan Praslin Hotel
Cote D'OR Anese Volbert
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 ...
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 ...
... I learned from the Doctor’s House museum on Curieuse Island, where they had a display in his house (the doctor’s house was for the appointed doctor who took care of the lepers on Curieuse Island – usually a Scotsman appointed by the King). For years, nobody knew where this mysterious double lobed nut came from. It had washed up sometimes on the shores of India. They finally thought it came ...