Mekiro Spuddle

Beez Neez
Skipper and First Mate Millard (Big Bear and Pepe)
Tue 25 Jun 2013 22:57
A Spuddle Around Mekiro
 
 
 
 
 
 
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We had just set out for our spuddle on Baby Beez when a man in a kayak met us. He introduced himself as Bertrand, owner of the pearl farm we had passed by. He asked about our keel depth and said we could go in a bit further. We said we would move after exploring a bit. As it was high tide he told us we could go all the way around Mekiro.
 
 
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We could see many coral heads, seen as dark patches. In the shallow water rays sped about.
 
 
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Away to our right the waves made quite a noise.
 
 
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As we rounded Mekiro, the distance to Akamaru was more than we thought.
 
 
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In ten feet of water the coral was easy to see in the clear water.
 
 
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By the time we had gone all the way around Mekiro, Bertrand was just tying his kayak to his houseboat.
 
 
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After our spuddle we moved Beez in a bit further. We went from thirty feet below us to five. We found a nice sandy area with coral on three sides. At low tide the heads are clearly visible behind Baby Beez.
 
 
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In front an area we will have to snorkel.
 
 
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Quite a sight far behind us.
 
 
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Lovely blue water, big fish, jellies...... and coral.
 
 
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Home for the serious business of games and a lovely sunset.
 
 
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ALL IN ALL SO QUIET AND PRETTY
                     BEAUTIFUL UNSPOILT CORAL