Lingeh Snorkel

Beez Neez
Skipper and First Mate Millard (Big Bear and Pepe)
Thu 1 Sep 2016 22:57
Lingeh Snorkel
 
 
 
 
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We swam from the back of Beez toward the reef and once again had the excitement of the ‘no view, sudden view’. The first look at this particular reef was a massive (four metres across) clump, visibility was a bit patchy but it was fun to explore the reef edge and across the expanse of thick to sparse grass hoping for a turtle or two. I thought we had covered so many snorkels that today I would only take pictures of interesting and new to us things – along with some of the usual suspects because I cannot stop my finger pressing the button when I see a Nemo, worm, clam or blue starfish. Enjoy.
 
 
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This chap in his camo jacket saw me and shot into his house at the speed of a bullet. I waited for ages but no way was he coming out further than his beak.
 
 
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This very elderly chap gets a special mention as he was huge. His legs from tip to tip measured about eighteen inches.
 
 
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ALL IN ALL LOTS OF DIFFERENT STUFF TO SEE
                     NOVEL TO EXPLORE THE GRASS