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Occasionally we’d check with the kids to see how much further it would be to get to the lake and they would say it wasn’t far. We were deep in the rainforest now and we were climbing higher and higher. Here and there the kids would point out the sought after flower growing in the trees. It grows like an orchid, needing a host, and is pendulous with red petals encasing a white bud.
Mother Nature had made staircases ...
... to wait until the tidal effect had gone past the boat before jumping in. You can watch the tidal effect literally moving towards the boat and once it was past us we had to jump in to the side of the boat to ensure we didn’t get swept under the boat and then grab the rope quickly to stay in one spot. We jumped in right by the buoy rope and with sheer force I dragged myself down into the depths, along the rope. Once we were about 18 metres ...
... silently through the mangroves. I let Simone take the strain here so I could indulge in a spot of filming and then we got to a beautiful waterfall. I do like a waterfall and don’t seem to have the “once you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all” reaction that a lot of people have. The boat was waiting there to take me to the next waterfall but I was in the zone and wanted to kayak there so after a pause admiring the setting (it ...
... beautiful and there was not a bare patch of reef. It was as though some one had planted the whole area with a plan for maximum colour and effect.
The other thing that happens in current is that fish are out in force to feed on the plankton swirling around. Lots of fish that eat plankton means lots of fish that eat those fish. I could have swum around and around that reef all day.
... nothing more about it. All I will say is that you should never pee in a full length wetsuit. Now I know why all of the resort dive shops have holes ripped into the ******es of their wetsuits. It had been mystifying me as to how these holes had occurred but it must be deliberate - it’s to stop the wetsuit getting pee-logged. One of my mottos that allows me to brazen out a lot of stuff is: “I’m not the first and I won’t be the ...