2nd Hoga Snorkel

Our Second Snorkel at Hoga Island
 
 
 
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After this mornings busy and spectacular snorkel we did wonder if we would see anything different. This chap welcomed us. Love his top-knot.
 
 
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A lovely little chap so easily missed in his camo jacket.
 
 
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A big sea snake skulked away as we snorkelled the reef edge. Thousands of little ones played in the current.
 
 
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There was a rash of posers to fulfil the ‘brown job’ quota. Loved the third chaps bow-tail.
 
 
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A handsome spotty chap was quite new to us.
 
 
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The coral was gorgeous and so full of life.
 
 
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Back to the edge to see the beautiful coral shapes.
 
 
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Yellow chaps.
 
 
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So many false clownfish, they got their own blog.
 
 
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Yet another new chap to us, complete with Red Indian fancy dress.
 
 
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Greens and blues. Followed by bits and bobs.
 
 
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It takes about six of these to make a lobster-tasting meal, we were happy to watch the scuttle.
 
 
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What a fabulous time we have had here snorkelling off Hoga Island.
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL COLOUR ME HAPPY IN MY ELEMENT
                     NEW THINGS TOO SEE EVERY FEW FEET