2nd Hoga Snorkel
Skipper and First Mate Millard (Big Bear and Pepe)
Fri 12 Aug 2016 22:57
Our Second Snorkel at Hoga Island
After this mornings busy and spectacular snorkel we did wonder if we would see anything different. This chap welcomed us. Love his top-knot.
A lovely little chap so easily missed in his camo jacket.
A big sea snake skulked away as we snorkelled the reef edge. Thousands of little ones played in the current.
There was a rash of posers to fulfil the ‘brown job’ quota. Loved the third chaps bow-tail.
A handsome spotty chap was quite new to us.
The coral was gorgeous and so full of life.
Back to the edge to see the beautiful coral shapes.
So many false clownfish, they got their own blog.
Yet another new chap to us, complete with Red Indian fancy dress.
Greens and blues. Followed by bits and bobs.
It takes about six of these to make a lobster-tasting meal, we were happy to watch the scuttle.
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